According to the lawsuit, Wolf claims his injury was caused by the "ridge-like seat on his motorcycle" which he claims was "negligently designed, manufactured and/or installed by the defendants." Wolf claims he's suffered from the long lasting erections for 20-months after the injury occurred. "He is now unable to engage in sexual activity, which is causing him substantial emotional and mental anguish," the lawsuit claims. Wolf is suing BMW North America, the maker of the motorcycle, and Corbin-Pacific Inc, the maker of the motorcycle seat. The lawsuit was filed on April 26 in San Francisco Superior Court in California, requesting a jury trial. [Lawyer Vernon Bradley] says Wolf suffered from chronic pain after his injury. Several weeks after his injury, Wolf underwent a procedure in hopes to draw blood away from his genitals in an effort to ease his erection, Bradley said. Wolf's problem recently changed from non-stop erection to impotency, Bradley says, and he may have to undergo surgery to fix the problem. Wolf is suing in excess of $25,000 for general negligence and liability. He is seeking reimbursement for lost wages, hospital and medical expenses, and general damage.
Motorcyclist Suffers 20-Month Long Erection, Sues BMW
This guy thought he had it bad. Henry Wolf, 52, from San Francisco, California has slapped BMW with a lawsuit after he suffered a severe case of priapism (a persistent lasting erection) after riding his 1993 BMW motorcycle, which was fitted with a Corbin-Pacific seat, for four house back in May 2010. Henry says he's now impotent and someone has got pay.