Terror as medics fear spread of horror plague
A NEW form of VD that munches away on victim’s genitals has been identified for the first time… in SOUTHPORT!
The horror plague, called Donovanosis, is normally restricted to tropical countries and it’s not yet clear why it’s cropped up in the Merseyside seaside resort.
The bug, if left untreated, causes flesh- eating genital ulcers to grow and spread. Other bacteria then attacks the rotting matter in the ulcers, creating a stench described as “like a dead dog in a puddle of sewage on a warm summer’s day”.
Bit by bit, the horror infection eats away at the genitals then moves on to the ARSEHOLE.
There are also possible complications involved in contracting the disease, which can include permanent genital damage and scarring, loss of skin colour and irreversible genital swelling due to the scarring.
The disease is usually found in tropical and subtropical countries such as southeast India, Guyana and New Guinea, and due to its rarity in Britain it doesn’t appear on most sex pox lists, compiled by UK sexual health websites.
Pharmacist Shamir Patel, of Chemist 4 U, said: “This is a very rare and nasty condition and it could be one of the first times it has been recorded in the UK.
“Donovanosis itself can be treated with antibiotics, time is of the essence. Any delay could cause the flesh around the genitals to literally rot away.
“This bacteria is also a risk factor in the transmission of HIV.”
A POX ON IT: Seaside resort where disease has been found