Jonah Falcon offers phallus to Icelandic museum

Jonah Falcon, the man with the longest penis on record, has told the Iceland Phallological Museum they can have his penis after he dies.

Falcon, 43, has become an internet star since having his member measured on a documentary several years ago. He has turned down countless opportunities to appear in porn movies but it seems the chance to have his member on display at the Icelandic museum, which is nicknamed The Penis Museum, has finally persuaded his to make use of his 13.5-inch sex organ.

The New Yorker said that the invitation “flattered” him as he appreciates the museum’s devotion to science. He said it would be an honour to have his manhood on display in the museum after his death. He noted that he hoped it would be placed between the sexual organs of a polar bear and a sperm whale, joking that he wouldn’t want to make either of them jealous. He added that the exhibit could be called Jonah and the Whale.

The museum is one of the Icelandic capital Reykjavik’s most bizarre attractions, having first opened its doors in 1997. It features over 300 specimen penises and penile parts from over 93 creatures, including whales, walruses, seals, a gorilla and a polar bear. The size of penis ranges from a six-foot whale penis to a two-millimetre hamster one.