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Man Claims his Huge Penis Prevents Employment in Wild ‘My Massive Cock’ Documentary


A stunning new documentary focusing on blokes with giant salami sticks has captivated audiences worldwide. Aggressively titled My Massive Cock, the British Channel 4 series has shed light on the negative impact it’s had on their lives, from struggling to date to even being turned down for jobs. While most men could kill for a little extra length in the bedroom, it seems too much of a good thing can definitely have its downsides.

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Joe | Image: Channel 4

The average penis size in Australia is 14.45 cm – but these blokes have rods considerably bigger. While some on the show say there are pros and cons, others are going so far as to request reduction surgeries to “fit in”. One man featured was 22-year-old Joe, who claimed his 24cm penis cost him a new job because they thought he had an erection during the interview.

“The response I got was, ‘You’re not going to get the job, we thought you were a good candidate, but we thought there was inappropriate behaviour happening,’” he said on the program. “They thought I had an erection throughout this whole interview, and they were very much like, ‘You’re attire wasn’t right,’” Joe said, stating the subtext was, “We can see your d**k.”

Joe also said his large penis has prevented him from leading a normal life. He went on to explain that he has to wear $358 custom undies with a “pouch” in order to “fit everything in” and prevent his penis from “falling out”.

“The scaling is off, quite off. It’s thicker than my forearm, it’s about 18cm around,” Joe said when describing his privates, the Metro reports.

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Scott | Image: Channel 4

Another man on the show, Scott, says his penis has resulted in being “objectified” by women. As we pull out the world’s tiniest violin, the 35-year-old says his 25cm member has made him the butt of a lot of jokes –even from his friends.

“I take it in good humour, but it can get to a point where it can get a bit tedious,” he said, according to a report by Mail Online. “They’re a good bunch of lads, but I think it can affect my dating in this area because people do know. People just want your attention because of your penis and not who you are.”

Scott went on to say it can be difficult to date someone new, but is trying to be more open with potential partners. “It’s not something I normally bring up on a first date, but I’m at the point in my life now where I want to get things right and get things out in the open,” he explained.

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