His life has been overshadowed by an unfortunate injury.
Aged six, he was struck by a car on Bradford Road, Fartown, leaving him permanently disfigured downstairs.
Mohammed, now 44, has been featured in the media after he went public about his penis problems.
His quest to get a surgical solution was aided by the Channel 4 show, Embarrasing Bodies, and his “bionic” member was recently ‘road tested’ for the first time, thanks to sex worker Charlotte Rose.
Now, Mohammed, who lives in Edinburgh, is looking to track down people who were there on the fateful day his life was changed forever.
The horrific accident happened in January 1978 as he was heading home for lunch from Birkby Junior School.
Mohammed, who lived on Alder Street, Fartown, said he knows he was throwing snowballs with friends and was either pushed in front of the car or accidentally ran into the road.
He now wants to speak to anyone who was there, either school friends, witnesses, doctors or nurses who came to his aid.
“I’ve been wanting to do this for a while,” he said.
“It had gone out of my mind but I’ve been thinking about it and I would like to find out what happened.
“I don’t remember much. I can only remember it was winter and I was throwing snowballs with about 10 friends from school.
“There were a lot of doctors and dentists at that time around Fartown.
“I know some rushed to the scene to help me and I’d like to meet them to say thanks.
“I owe my life to them at the end of the day.”
Mohammed has been told he was dragged several hundred feet down Bradford Road after being mowed down by a car heading out of town.
He was in hospital for three or four weeks and then “in and out” of hospital for the next five years.
At the time doctors built him a tube using skin from his leg so he could urinate, but his new penis was entirely without sensation and had no sexual function.
In all he has had more than 100 operations and has never been able to go the toilet standing up
Now after years of surgery he has a fully functioning package with on and off buttons in his testicles.
Unfortunately his wife left him before it was operational so he turned to a sex worker to try it out.
He is now looking for love and hopes one day to father children. Doctors have said they believe it should be possible.
Mohammed, who is currently unemployed, is also in talks to do a documentary about his remarkable life.
He hopes anyone he can trace will also agree to be involved.
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