A man has had his penis rebuilt using skin and fat from his arm.
Mohammed Abad's willy and one testicle were ripped off during a horror car accident when he was just six.
Mo, now 40, was playing in the snow with friends in Huddersfield in 1978 when he was accidentally pushed under a car and dragged for 600ft down a road.
Initially he was given just 12 hours to live, but he miraculously survived and spent the next 18 months in and out of hospital.
At the time doctors built Mo a tube using skin from his leg so he could urinate, but his new "penis" was entirely sensationless and had no sexual function.
He later faced questions from relatives about why he hadn't settled down, married and had children.
But while he knew the truth about his inability to have kids, he revealed it was never really spoken about at home.
Appearing on ITV1's This Morning today, Mo said: "My parents never sat me down from a young age and said 'when you were young you had an accident and we were told that you can't have (kids)', I've never been told that. I've had to find that out for myself."
And it wasn't until two and a half years ago, when Mo met his now wife, that he finally decided he was going to try to do something about it.
He went along to see the doctors from Channel 4 show Embarrassing Bodies, who put him in touch with experts who could help.
And now he will at last have a brand new fully-functioning manhood thanks to a series of revolutionary operations.
Mo, from Edinburgh, has so far undergone the first of three ops he will need to fully rebuild his penis.
Incredibly during the first 11-hour procedure doctors discovered a testicle that had been pushed up inside Mo's body during the accident.
Doctors will now look at whether the testicle is producing sperm. While Mo's next two ops will also see medics return sensation to his penis and fit a pump that allows him to become aroused.