Warts, warts, warts, warts: the worst-kept secret of all. It has long been known that the bacteria that cause warts are spread by touching the infected skin. But, until recently, it was not clear that warts can be spread to other people, by any means, by touching a skin that has been infected with warts, and that's why it's important to be alert.
As an example of warts as spread through contact with infected skin, we have warts that have grown on an infected penis. The penis that is infected is infected with the common warts bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus. But this isn't the first time that warts have been found in an infected penis. In the 1970s, a group of surgeons in England found that a man with warts on his penis had had a warts infection from an infected penile tissue when he was younger. The warts were caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, which has now been eradicated from the human species. There are no vaccines to treat warts. So, if you have warts on your penis, you are more likely to have a penis infection. I don't recommend that you stop using penile lubricants and condoms to prevent infection, though. I just advise that you use condoms for intercourse and keep them on.