Is the Guy Claiming to Have the World's Biggest Penis Lying to Us?


A couple of weeks ago Chaps brought you the tragic story of Roberto Esquivel Cabrera, the man with the penis so large he can’t work and needs to go on public assistance. It was a sad tale and one that brought about an outpouring of sympathy the likes of which this veteran blogger’s eyes have rarely seen in all my years at Barstool.

So it’s with a heavy heart I report that our man Roberto may be a fraud.

Source – A MAN who claims to have the world’s largest penis could be telling tall tales – with suggestions his member is only six inches long. …

But 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.

Dr Muro said: “When he came here to do a CT scan [it] showed was that there is a very large foreskin. It goes just before the knee.

“But the penis itself is about 16 to 18cm from the pubis. … The rest of the tissue found there is just foreskin, blood vessels, and some inflammation of the skin.” …

It is understood 54-year-old Roberto has been stretching it with weights since he was a teenager.

The claims have sent quivers through the world record community, particularly after the man with the second largest penis in the world argued Roberto’s todger was not what it made out to be.

First of all, I’m going to try not to let this destroy my faith in the honesty of men describing the size of their dicks. I do believe there’s a code of honor about such things that should be strictly adhered to. And it’s crushing to think any man would break that code just to get a phony world record and collect food stamps. And I hope the quivering world record community will do their best to get to the root of this (OK, pun intended) because the integrity of the World’s Biggest Penis record hangs in the balance (again, guilty).

But I’m going to stop just short of calling Cabrera a liar. If I’ve learned anything all these years in the blogging game is that you can’t come right out and accuse people of wrongdoing. Especially when the stakes are this high (that was unintentional but it stays). You have to watch your language and put a question mark in the headline whenever possible. The last thing I want is Roberto Esquivel Cabrera showing up at Barstool HQ in New York with his lawyer and making poor Mike Portnoy Esq. have to examine the truthfulness of his claim right in the office in front of everyone. And maybe Roberto can claim the technicality that foreskin counts. I really don’t know. For now it’s a he said/he said until the Penis Record keepers figure it out. All I do know for sure is that if I did have six inches I wouldn’t feel the need to lie about it.