Woman Had Condom Stuck Inside Her For 24 Hours
Tearing apart a hotel room looking for a missing condom isn’t exactly what you want to be doing post-sex, but that’s exactly what Australian sex blogger Nadia Bokody and lover were left doing after discovering they couldn't find the rubber contraceptive.
Nadia recently shared the horrific incident on YouTube.
It began promisingly enough: an infatuation with a British man working in her office. A business trip to Hawaii and what do you know… one thing leads to another.
Hardly A Sexy Night To Remember
But it was hardly the sheet clutching, scream inducing experience Nadia had been hoping for.
In the video she explained how the encounter did not live up to her expectations: “Things started going rapidly downhill."
“He was not particularly sexually experienced… it was like two virgins going at it for the first time. I’ve never had such embarrassing sex.”
Things could only be described as going from bad to worse when Nadia realised that her date was no longer wearing a condom. He hadn’t removed it. It was just… gone!
Cue: record scratch. Or otherwise dramatic sound effect.
Where Is The Condom?
“We started ripping blankets off the bed. We were pulling apart the hotel room, ripping it to shreds.”
Sure, they realised it could be stuck in Nadia. But a search down there also proved fruitless.
“Just when you thought sex couldn’t get any worse” she complained.
Assumed it was lost somewhere in the hotel room, life went on.
The following day on the flight back to Australia Nadia realised something was wrong. “My stomach felt a bit weird there was this sort of heavy feeling in my pelvis that I’ve not felt before.”
Nadia rushed to the plane toilet, sat down and out popped… the missing condom… into the bowl - 24 hours after she had sex.
“As I’m heading back to my seat I’m feeling more and more nauseous, it feels like I’m actually going to throw up,” she said. “I thought… could I be pregnant?”
A little too soon to say perhaps, but a concern none the less. Nadia wasn’t pregnant but she now takes extra precautions when it comes to using condoms.
“I’ve never been so careful in my life since that day with using condoms and having sex.”
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