Tom Nash has no arms or legs.
He uses hooks on his arms instead of prosthetic hands, making his sex life very interesting.
Talking to Brisbane’s Stav, Abby and Matt this morning, Tom explained the difficulties and differences that came with losing his limbs at the age of 19.
“I’m a quadruple amputee, I don’t do things in halves,” he joked.
One listener called up to question the quadruple amputee in B105’s segment Do You Mind If I Ask.
He was curious as to how Tom gets intimate with himself and others.
“I can use my hook with myself intimately quite easily,” he laughed.
“With others, if you’re wondering if everything works, everything works… just ask any woman in Sydney under the age of 40 I guess!”
“In these sort of situations I sometimes alter between having my hooks off or on.”
Nash, also known as DJHookie, had both of his hands and legs amputated after contracting the deadly Meningococcal Septicaemia.
Within hours he was falling in and out of consciousness and was put into an induced coma.
“I was just a normal first-year university student; little did I know I’d spend the next 18 months in hospital trying to recover from that.”
To learn more about his incredible story, Tom’s book ‘Hook, Line and Sinner’ is out next month.
He dedicates it to his Year 8 English teacher who told him he’d never amount to anything… iconic.
Tune in to Stav, Abby and Matt weekdays from 6am-9am or catch up anytime on their podcast on the LiSTNR app now!
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