A man thought to have the world's second biggest penis has accused the self-declared record holder of cheating - by stretching his genitals with weights. Jonah Falcon, 47, claims Roberto Esquivel Cabrera - whose manhood is reportedly a staggering He alleges Mr Cabrera's penis is actually "normal underneath" - and that doctors believe he could have a normal love life if he was "essentially circumcised". Mr Falcon, who once caused a security alert at a US airport due to the bulge in his trousers, claims his own penis is a whopping
Mr Esquivel Cabrera has said he wants the Guinness Book of World Records to recognise it and previously had it x-rayed to prove its veracity. The year-old reportedly said it had caused him to lose jobs and harmed his relationships, meaning he is forced to live alone and forage for food. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?
Man with ‘world’s biggest penis’ is a liar and it’s actually just 6ins long
Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, from Saltillo, Mexico, gained worldwide attention on his appendage after claiming that it is However, if a doctor is to be believed, the Mexican can just be making tall tales, with suggestions his member is only six inches long. Radiologist Dr Jesus Pablo Gil Muro, who has examined Roberto, threw the world record claims into doubt when he said the man refused to take off all the bandages and would not let him see the skin. Becoming suspicious, he conducted a CT scan and found that there is a very large foreskin which goes just before the knee. It then emerged that Roberto had revealed to his psychiatrist that he had began enlarging his penis since he was a teenager.
However, he refused to remove the bandages that he wears on his penis and refused to let Dr Muro see any skin. It goes just before the knee. But the penis itself is about 16cm to 18cm from the pubis. The rest of the tissue found there is just foreskin, blood vessels, and some inflammation of the skin.