Man who claims to have world’s biggest penis shows live photo on TV

Phillip Schofield was left absolutely stunned when a man who claims to have the biggest penis in the world showed him a photo on Thursday on This Morning.

The 59-year-old TV presenter was heard shouting “congratulations” after Jonah Falcon showed him an X-rated image of his private parts – which he said is 13.5 inches tall.

His co-host Josie Gibson also got a glimpse and looked just as shocked as Phillip revealed Jonah’s manhood was the same size as a National Television Award.

“To compare size, what Jonah packs is the same – in length – as an erect NTA,” Phillip announced, holding up an award.

“And an Oscar too!” Jonah played the part of Phillip as Josie commented, “Oh my God!”

Phillip also produced an eggplant and confirmed it was the same size as Jonah’s penis when it is “flabby” as he told her “you are like a living emoji”.

The duo then attempted to conduct a serious interview with a man who admitted “once or twice I sat on it by accident”.

He said he didn’t wish he was any different, telling Phil and Josie, “Here’s the thing, I’m looking down and there’s nothing special.”

When asked if he finds it hard to be intimate with people, Jonas told them, “I use my mouth a lot sexually,” to which Phillip replied, “What a waste!

Viewers found the whole thing hilarious and took to Twitter for comment.

“Look at Phil’s face. I’m hysterical #ThisMorning,” one person posted.

Another tweeted: “I wonder if @hollywills is upset or relieved that she didn’t have to do that bigger penis interview? Well sailed @Schofe @Josiestweet #ThisMorning.”

Not everyone appreciated it, however, with one person tweeting: “I felt uncomfortable watching this interview about the lower man’s region. For example, why is it talking about it? on TV. What was the meaning and outcome of the interview? #ThisMorning. “

Another said: “Chatting about the foreskin live on TV during the day. Actually I’m delaying my looooool breakfast #ThisMorning.”

This morning airs weekdays at 10 a.m. on ITV and ITV Hub.

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