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Georgia news is reporting that a man accidentally shot his penis while holstering his gun at a gas station.
A Macon man was treated at Coliseum Northside hospital Thursday after he accidentally shot himself in the penis.

The man was parked at the gas station at about 9:30 p.m. when he attempted to holster his .45. Immediately after the gun went off, he drove to a friend's house in Lake Wildwood. When he got to the friends house, he took off his pants and saw that he had "shot himself in the penis and that the bullet exited out of his buttocks." The spent round fell onto the floor.

The man's friend drove him to Coliseum Northside hospital and he was then transferred to the Medical Center of Central Georgia.

First off, if that man accidentally shot his penis while holstering his gun at a public gas station then, it stands to reason, that he could have shot any innocent bystander as well.

Second, how does a man shoot his dick, have the bullet go out his ass, and not know it immediately?

When he got to the friends house, he took off his pants and saw that he had "shot himself in the penis and that the bullet exited out of his buttocks." The spent round fell onto the floor.
I mean, I figured some gun nuts think their penis will grow if they owned a gun ... and I guess this man's penis is so small he didn't even realize he shot it.

I would LMFAO except that guy is so GD stupid he honestly could have shot an innocent bystander and I think people that GD dumb should not be allowed to carry loaded weapons.

Well, I hope the man is ok and that everything continues to come out ok.

Originally posted to TeamSarah4Choice on Thu Jun 19, 2014 at 03:01 PM PDT.

Also republished by Shut Down the NRA and Kos Georgia.

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