Anyway, the article itself is pretty limited in scope, which makes sense in a how-much-can-you-really-say-about-iguana-peen sort of way:
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Mozart, an iguana stuck with a permanent erection six days after a mating session at a Belgian zoo, may have to have his penis amputated if the condition does not improve.
"He will see the vet on Thursday," said Enid Balemans, spokeswoman for the Aquatopia Zoo in Antwerp, stressing that veterinarians were still considering alternative treatments.
Good, straightforward reporting. Iguana has boner; amputation is imminent. Reuters, way to go: I applaud this as an exemplary study in the principles of cause and effect.
Readers are later reassured that male iguanas are actually born twice-blessed in the penis department, so those concerned about Mozart’s ultimate well-being (as far as his continued ability to get it on with the lady iguanas) can rest easy, because he’s still packing a spare. I know that I'm relieved.