Things got a little X-rated on The Project last night after an interview with multi-millionaire Bryan Johnson went rogue.
The millionaire guest, aged 47, has gone to drastic lengths to try and preserve his youth and stop ageing in its tracks, including doing very normal things like blood transfusions from his teenage son and getting electroshock therapy on his penis.
Bryan spends $2 million a year to try and slow down his biological clock and does shockwave therapy three times a week in a bid to regain 'teenage-like erections'.
The bewildering information left The Project co-host Nick Cody absolutely stunned, as he yelped "My penis is haggard!" much to the surprise of his coworkers.
“What’s he doing with it?! That’s the weirdest bit to me! What’s he doing to that? It’s in pants all the time … what’s he get up to?" he exclaimed.
Billionaire Bryan Johnson is on a quest to live forever, and he will do anything to make sure he does, including injecting himself with his sons blood... and some very strange therapy for his downstairs area. pic.twitter.com/QPlaBQ47wl
— The Project (@theprojecttv) November 8, 2023
“He has got the maturity of a 15-year-old which is what I love," Nick continued. "I’m the best at everything. I’m better than my boys at everything. No booze, no coffee, no sugar, no fun, is it worth living forever?”
Millionaire's quest to hold onto youth
Bryan Johnson deems himself the most 'measured' man in the world, adhering to a strict daily schedule and routine to try and preserve his youth.
The millionaire doesn't eat meat, drink alcohol, is in bed by 8pm every night, and also finishes all his meals before 11am, as well as taking up to 100 pills a day.
In regards to the bizarre treatment surrounding his penis, he said the shock treatment he administers multiple times a week is designed to have sound waves targeting the area of the body to stimulate the blood flow.
He does six treatments a week to test “whether it improves total time night-time erections, subjective sexual performance, sexual satisfaction, and medical imaging-based penile markers.”
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