Iceland’s famous phallological museum is now complete since taking reception of the missing piece this week: a human penis.
With Friday’s handover of a penis specimen from Homo Sapien Islandicus, the museum now has all the exhibits it set out to assemble. The penis belonged to 95 year-old Pall Arasson, who had bequeathed the appendage in his will. Crowds turned out in Husavik to witness the hand-over yesterday.
With the addition of Arasson’s ultimate parting gift, the museum now has penis samples from all 46 mammals which live in Iceland or in its territorial waters.
Museum founder Sigurdur Hjartarson used the occasion to announce that he will leave his job next year following the successful completion of his task. His son will take over the running of the globally famous museum.