A MAN once believed to have the world's largest penis has labelled the new self-proclaimed record-holder "disgusting" and "desperate". Jonah Falcon, who has a The spat comes after Roberto, from Saltillo, Mexico, admitted to spending his life trying to make it bigger. He has refused reduction operations , saying he wants to enter the porn industry. No matter how big he is, it's not going to change the fact that I'm
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But the year-old New Yorker wasn't packing a dirty bomb, drugs or a Costco-sized tube of toothpaste. The New Yorker has the world's largest recorded penis. In an exclusive interview with The Huffington Post, Falcon described his hard times with security guards after his extra carry-on became suspect. I wasn't erect at the time," said Falcon, whose penis is 9 inches flaccid, Falcon said he knew that his interview was about to get a lot more personal when he was led through one of the X-ray body scanners and passed a metal detector.
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The Mexican man who claims he has the world's largest penis a whopping It's a pride thing: In Latin culture, bigger penises are considered more macho, which is why year-old Roberto Esquivel Cabrera is perfectly happy keeping his massive python intact, reports The Daily Mail. Besides the havoc that Cabrera's penis has wreaked on his sex life, he also has to keep it wrapped in bandages to prevent chafing, as well as sleep chest down with his penis on a little pillow to snooze comfortably through the night. Yes, a peen pillow.
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