Apologies in advance if I posted this in wrong place but just wondering if someone can offer their opinions/knowledge about a topic which I am unable to find very much info on...

Recently I was questioned by a colleague; after inserting a foley indwelling catheter in a male patient who had urinary retention (approximately 1 litre according to a badder scan), whether I clamped the catheter when it drained half (so about 500ml) as it drained just over 1 litre within a matter of about 3 hours. I was told by the same colleague; after inquiring why it is needed to clamp, that when volumes of such extent are drained too fast it can cause a bladder protrusion. Is this true? and if so what specific time lengths and volumes are we talking about here?