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Man With 100-Pound Scrotum Rejects Free Reconstructive Surgery [VIDEO]


A Las Vegas man who suffers from a rare condition that made his scrotum swell-up to 100-pounds seems to be taking in all the fame due to his appearance. In fact, Wesley Warren Jr. turned down an offer to perform the $1 million corrective surgery for free because he would have had to give up the rights to his story. Yes, this man has elected to suffer from this rare condition rather than have his condition resolved via surgery. Because of the size of his swollen scrotum, Wesley Warren Jr has landed visits on shows like  the Howard Stern Show and the Comedy Central show Tosh.0 and has even made him a local celebrity in his hometown.

In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal back in October, Warren Jr. admitted that he suffers from depression and pain due to his current condition. Still, all of that pain seems to be ignored by this Las Vegas gentleman because he can’t let go of the fame his 100-pound scrotum has brought him. The operation to reduce the size of his scrotum could cost in excess of $1 Million and the famous Dr Mehmet Oz has offered to pay for the reconstructive surgery. However, Warren Jr. has elected to not take up the offer yet because if he goes through with the surgery, Dr. Oz would get all rights to this story.

The massive swelling is caused by fluid building up in his scrotum. Doctors must remove the excess tissue and then completely rebuild his scrotum. There’s also a chance, and not a small one, that complications could force the surgeons to cut off his penis and testicles if his scrotum won’t stop bleeding.

For more on this story visit DailyMail

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