Two men both say they have the world’s largest penis
A battle is raging between two men who both believe they are the proud owner of the world’s largest penis.
Roberto Esquivel Cabrera rose to fame in 2015 with a viral video.
Cabrera’s penis is allegedly 18.9 inches long – making it potentially the longest reported appendage in the world.
However, the penis has recently attracted controversy as to whether it truly is the world’s biggest.
The previous holder of the prestigious claim to fame was Jonah Falcon, who has a penis that is 13.5 inches long.
In an interview with The Sun this week, the actor has called Mr Cabera a cheat.
Falcon claimed that Mr Cabera’s penis was artificially stretched using weights, rather than reaching the significant length of roughly half a metre naturally.
He said: “His penis isn’t 19 inches. Doctors have acknowledged this and said he could have a normal sex life if he is essentially circumcised.”
Doctors have previously said that Mr Cabera’s penis is mostly foreskin and the actual shaft of the penis is only an average six inches.
However, Mr Cabera has maintained that the length of his penis is organic and unaltered, and underwent a medical examination and had an X-ray to prove that he was telling the truth.
The wannabe record holder remains adamant that, whatever the deal, his penis is the world’s biggest: “Look where it is, it goes far below the knees”, he said.
The considerable size of his member has left him unable to perform jobs, Mr Cabrera says, and he has recently been forced to register as disabled.
Cabera told the Daily Star: “I cannot wear a uniform like anybody in the companies and also I cannot get on my knees.
“I cannot run fast and so the companies think badly of me. They say that they will call me, but they never do.”
In Mexican culture, a large penis is associated with masculinity, and doctors say Mr Carbera worked hard to stretch the length of his penis – by the foreskin – to have one bigger than any other.