Viewers left stunned by Channel 4's My Massive C*** documentary

Men with extra-large penises reveal they’ve been turned down for jobs, abused by strangers, and struggle to date because they are ‘fetishised’ by women in jaw-dropping Ch4 documentary

  • Channel 4 documentary My Massive C*** left viewers shocked last night 
  • Joe, 22, appeared on the programme where he said he ‘suffers abuse’ over penis
  • Said he has to wear special underwear to stop strangers from staring at him 
  • Meanwhile Scott, 35, said his friends ‘objectify’ him over his large size  

Men with extra-large penises revealed they’ve been turned down for jobs, abused by strangers, and struggle to date because they are ‘fetishised’ by women in a jaw-dropping Channel 4 documentary last night. 

The documentary My Massive C*** aired yesterday, with a number of British men opening up about the challenges of having a larger than average anatomy.   

Scott, 35, who said his penis was around 9.4 inches when erect, explained how his friends ‘objectify’ him over the size, while Joe, 22, said he desperately tries to hide his large bulge.

Elsewhere, Matt, 39, said he hasn’t been able to hold down a relationship as a result of his 10 and a half inch penis. He explained: ‘Being well endowed gets you attention but not affection…if anything, it’s more of a handicap because it’s not something you can bring up. If you bring it up, you’re a bit sleazy, but if you don’t bring it up, it brings complications.’

Many of those watching were left horrified by the programme, with one writing: ‘Omg…what is this?’

Viewers have been left stunned after a number of men spoke about the challenge of having a large penis in the Channel 4 documentary My Massive C*** (pictured, Matt, 39, whose penis is 10 and a half inches) 

Joe, 22, said he desperately tries to hide his large bulge with special underwear – and made a replica of his penis to show filmmakers (pictured, holding the replica) 

During the programme, Scott said his friends often take the mickey out of him, adding: ‘I take it in good humour, but it can get to a point where it can get a bit tedious.

‘They’re a good bunch of lads, but I think it can affect my dating in this area because people do know.

‘People just want your attention because of your penis and not who you are.’ 

He said: ‘It’s not something I normally bring up on a first date, but I’m at the point in my life now where I want to get things right and get things out in the open.’

Many of those watching were left flabbergasted by the programme, with one calling the show ‘incredible’ 

What is penis reduction surgery?  

In February 2015, surgeons claimed a 17-year-old boy underwent the world’s first penis reduction surgery.

The American teen requested the surgery after his penis grew too large, restricting his ability to have sex or play competitive sports.

The boy’s surgeons were shocked when he came to them complaining that his penis was too big.

When flaccid, it measured almost seven inches in length and had a circumference of 10 inches – around the size of a grapefruit.

Surgeons described it as being shaped like an American football.

In the end, they decided to embark on a surgical technique normally used to treat Peyronie’s disease, a condition where scar tissue develops along the penis, causing it to bend.

The surgeons sliced along an old circumcision scar, unwrapped the skin of the penis, and cut out two segments of tissue from either side.

The doctors were able to bypass the urethra – the tube which carries urine through the penis – and all of the nerves that provide sensation.

The teenager spent just two days in hospital before returning home, apparently ‘ecstatic’ with his new penis.

He said he dreams of finding a girl who will be interested in him for his personality and not for his penis.

Scott said he even has a beauty regime for his penis – and regularly ‘moisturizes’ his intimate area. 

Meanwhile Joe, who said his penis is 9.5 inches when erect, said he suffers daily abuse because of his penis, saying: ‘It’s either don’t go out, or someone stares at your c***.

‘I usually wear underwear that has a pouch in the front.’ 

He spends £200 each month on special briefs, saying: ‘It’s like nearly a twelfth of my height. The scaling is off. It’s thicker than my forearm. 

‘I can get my hand around my wrist quite easily, but I can’t get my hand around my own d***.’ 

He said he has to think about his ‘thigh to c** ratio, saying: ‘People just automatically assume I have a b****.’

Meanwhile he recalled how he was interviewed for a job, but didn’t get the job because of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ and ‘the wrong attire.’

He created a replica of his penis in order to show his friends, leaving their jaws on the floor over the size.  

Meanwhile Matt, 39, said his previous attempts to find a partner online has left him feeling fetishised.

He said: ‘Any attention I get because of my size, unless it’s from the right person, I’m generally not interested in it.’

He said he is ideally looking for someone who likes him for his ‘mind and body’ but confessed it is difficult to find.   

He said he has felt ‘light-headed’ while wearing condoms which are too small for him.

 His extreme size has led him to take drastic measures, saying: ‘I’ve always wondered whether it would be a good idea to have a reduction.

During the programme, Scott, who said his penis was around 9.4 inches when erect, explained how his friends ‘objectify’ him

‘I don’t see why I wouldn’t consider losing four inches and be fine.’

Meanwhile he said if the doctor could remove an ‘inch’, it could be ‘life-changing.’

Matt travelled to meet with Dr Nenad Djakovic, telling him: ‘I know I’ll never find a partner who is that perfect fit, at my current size.’

He said he hoped he could go down in size ‘by an inch’, while the doctor explained how he could ‘amputate’ a part of his penis to reduce the size.

However ultimately, Matt decided not to go ahead with the reduction, due to ‘all of the risks’, adding: ‘It’s a very severe procedure.’ 

He said: ‘You should be proud of yourself for who you are, not what’s between your legs.’ 

Meanwhile Joe, who said his penis is 9.5 inches when erect, said he suffers daily abuse because of his penis

The 22-year-old said he has to wear special underwear which costs him £200 per month – and people often think his penis is erect when it isn’t 

During the show, Joe surprised his friends by revealing a replica of his penis – and they confessed they were baffled by the size 

Many of those watching the show were left shocked by the programme, with one writing: ‘This my massive c**** on Channel 4 is incredible.’

Another added: ‘A bloke on a programme called My Massive C*** says he wants to be known for his personality and not his big penis…’ 

A third added: ‘What am I watching? Matt, who goes swimming on his own in the equivalent of a jockstrap, and the one whose c*** weighs more than him.’

Another said the programme was ‘entertainment.’ 

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