Violate your own sovereign territory with this 3d printed Vladimir Putin butt plug

By James Griffiths, March 11, 2014

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Self-described 'political sculptor' Fernando Sosa has created something of a cottage industry for himself crafting celebrity butt plugs, now including Russian president Vladimir Putin

Rest assured, wannabe Putin perverts, Sosa's new toy is safe for insertion: 

[The] main question i keep hearing is this 3d printed Putin Butt Plug Safe for use? the 3D Printed Putin butt-plug is NOT safe for use. However, thanks to my rapid prototyping expertise i can actually make a skin safe plug somewhat quick. My idea is to make this a bright Pink Putin Butt plug. I already 3d Printed a mold and have most of the materials needed. Also I'm taking a trip to the Silicone store tomorrow and getting a gallon of Skin Safe Silicone.

Sosa's line of famous sex toys also includes New Jersey governor Chris Christie and Duck Dynasty racist and homophobe Phil Robertson. So why did Putin make the cut? 

Since i started designing this butt plug Putin invaded Ukraine and Republicans have developed a fetish for Putin. I honestly feel that is pretty unpatriotic that the right is now worshiping Putin in order to attack Obama. So i almost wish i could send a couple of these to Fox news since they are so in love with him.

Confused how to use the 'butcher of Chechnya' as a sex toy? Just Putin. 

[Image via Shapeways // Via Gawker]

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