A British man with largest pen!s reveals why he won’t get size reduction surgery

A British man who has ‘Britain’s largest penis’ has revealed why he won’t get size reduction surgery despite all the downsides.

Matt Barr, the 40-year-old Cambridge University graduate, realised he had a bigger penis, measuring in at more than 12 inches than his peers during showers after PE at school.

In an interview with Ben Shephard, he was asked if he has any plan to minimize the size of his penis, and he explained that he likely wouldn’t.

‘I have looked into this – it’s a very expensive surgery, it costs about £15,000 roughly, Matt said.

Matt, who is in the top 0.01% cent of penis sizes, also appeared on Channel 4 program, where he discussed his surgery options with Dr Nenad Djakovic, a specialist in urology.

He said he’d always wondered about what life would be like if he lost three or four inches from his length. 

But after he was told that even losing an inch from his penis could be ‘life-changing’, he decided against getting surgery.

Dr. Djakovic explained that the surgery would take place while the penis is erect and that they would amputate the amount he wanted gone before reconstructing it.

Matt then asked if it could be reduced to nine inches, and have a couple of inches taken away from the girth.

‘We can’t do a salami technique,’ the doctor said. ‘Once you’ve had the surgery, that’s it.

‘First of all, you should know that they are performed very seldomly because there are no clear statistics regarding success rate nor a clear statistic regarding the complication rate.

Matt told the Metro: ‘It’s super rare actually. It can lead to poor erectile health afterward, it’s visually unappealing because of the way they cut away at it – you’re left with stitches and scars – and it’s a very severe choice.

‘If I was in a long-term relationship I’d want that to be an option we could pursue, but you also have the thought of “what if I get a reduction and then I meet someone who would like me when I was big?”.’