The owner of a nail salon in the UK is being banned from using the internet after he posted a picture of himself getting his dicked-up, and asked people to ‘please help us out’.
The picture was posted to the ‘Nails & Lace’ Instagram account by a user named ‘Drew’, who went on to ask for advice on ‘how to get a nice dicking in the palm of your hand’.
Drew told the Daily Mail he was inspired by a message he had seen on Instagram.
‘I had a friend who was a really good dildo user and one day he got his dick sucked by a very thick dildo, and the thought of a nice dick was pretty much on the back of his mind,’ he said.
Dew posted the picture on Instagram in August and it quickly went viral.
Within a week, the account had more than 3,600 followers, and his account gained more than 200,000 followers in less than a month.
The account was banned in the US and Canada, and has been unable to reach any of its more than 8,000 Facebook fans in the countries it was banned.
But the picture is not the only reason that the account has been barred.
A spokesman for the account told the Mail: ‘Derek has been making posts like this for a long time, and people are starting to realise how crazy it is.’
There is nothing more disgusting than someone being told they have an STD, so Derek has been very vocal in saying that we need to do something about this.’
Derek was recently named one of the most influential people in the world by Time magazine.
He also recently shared a video of himself with his wife, Samantha, who is also the owner of the nail salon.
In the video, he says: ‘I love you, and I want to do things with you that make you feel good, and that’s just what I’m about, I’m just trying to make things better.’
He is also currently in the process of making a film about his experiences with his husband, and he has a film crew behind him to shoot in the future.
He has been a vocal critic of the stigma surrounding sexual health in the past, saying: ‘Sex is not something that happens to a man, it happens to everyone.’
‘We can’t just let it happen and go along with it, we have to change it.’
If you or anyone you know needs help with sexual health or wellbeing, call the Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90.