Jonah Falcon, a 51-year-old actor from New York, stopped by for an interview on Britain’s This Morning to literally talk about his penis. According to the 51-year-old, his junk measures 13.5 inches – when erect, and has an eight-inch diameter.
Apparently, size DOES matter: Two British TV hosts were left gobsmacked after a man who claims to have the biggest pen!s in the world, showed them a picture of his manhood LIVE on air!
“For some reason, having 13-plus inches means I’m a bad person, or I’m egotistical, or I’m a porn star, or I’m dumb, or I’m a slut,” he told the hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
At some during the interview, Jonah Falcon shows the TV hosts a picture of his pen!s, leaving them – and viewers, completely stunned!
While having a monster-size manhood is some men’s dream, Falcon says it does have its downsides including being stopped at airport security when they spotted it hanging down his leg.
“Once I had it hanging, halfway to my leg and they asked me if I had a tumour, which I think would be someone’s first thought if they saw,” he said.
Falcon claims he has also slept with some prominent celebrities, but won’t say who.
He was named the man with the biggest penis in the world back in 1999 – but there are questions as to whether he really is after a man from Mexico claimed his junk was bigger than Falcon’s in 2015. Roberto Esquivel Cabrera claimed his 18.9 inch colossus should be considered the true title-holder.
But Falcon says Cabrera was only so big because he had stretched his foreskin to 13 inches.
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