‘Bigger is not always better’ and a Mexican man is learning that the hard way as women are afraid of his large penis. A man who claims he has South Africa’s largest PEN!S says women are too scared to have sex with him.
Super-endowed Pumelele Mulaudzi also claims his manhood is actually a disability that leaves him unable to work. Not only that, but the 43-year-old’s 35cm member is so long that ladies are afraid of it.
The ‘bedroom monster’ hangs well below his knees and he wants his ‘gift’ to be recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records. But he also wants to be registered as disabled because he says his giant anaconda gets in the way and he is not able to hold down a proper job.
Mulaudzi, from Bloemhof, in the North West province, underwent a medical examination and had an X-ray done of his massive manhood to satisfy anyone who doubted him. And doctors at a health centre in the toen of Bloemhof have confirmed that “according to the scan” in 3D, it is genuine.
A doctor there said that the main part of his willy was just over 30cm long and the rest was extra skin. Mulaudzi has approached health services to support his claim he is disabled.
The Mzansi’s largest ‘bedroom gun’ beholder said: “Look where it is, it goes far below the knees. I cannot do anything, I cannot work, and I am a disabled so I want authorities to declare me as a disabled person and give me support. Then, I want to go to the Guinness to get recognition.”
Medical experts suggest troubled Mulaudzi might be able to opt for a voluntary modification of his anatomy and have a shaft reduction operation. He was deported from the UK to Bloemhof in 2011 and lives alone in a room given to him by his brothers. He survives on social assistance and scavenges for food and materials on waste dumps.
He has no friends and wherever he goes he says people shun him. Prior to his claim to having the longest penis in the world it is believed the honour belonged to an American man called Johan Falcon whose manhood measures a strapping 13.38 inches.
Mulaudzi’s story and struggle for help is to be published in a book called El Sordido Pudor (Sordid Shyness), by a local newspaper.