Icelandic Penis Museum Promised World’s Largest Exhibit

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Icelandic Penis Museum Promised World’s Largest Exhibit

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The man with reportedly the world’s biggest ‘little guy’ has decided to donate his member to the Icelandic Phallological Museum following his death.

Jonah Falcon is a 43-year-old actor from Manhattan, USA. He is best-known, however, for having the largest penis so far measured on a human being. His member measures 34 cm (13.39 inches) at its ‘greatest extent’, Vísir.is reported.

Falcon has now pledged to donate his penis to the unique and world-famous Icelandic Phallological Museum following his death. “It would be my honor to have my manhood on display,” Falcon writes in his letter to the museum; adding that he hopes his penis will be put on show between exhibits from a sperm whale and a polar bear. “I hope I do not make the animals jealous. I propose calling the display Jonah and the Whale.”

The owner of the museum, Hjörtur Gísli Sigurðsson, told reporters he is grateful and happy with Falcon’s promised gift.

The Icelandic Phallological Museum received its first human penis in 2011: an inheritance from the estate of Páll Arason, globetrotter and entrepreneur from Hörgárdalur.

The museum has captured the imagination of the world, and has rapidly joined the likes of the Blue Lagoon and Björk as one of the first things that comes to many people’s minds when thinking of the country.

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