I've had a penis on my arm for six years… now it's been fitted I finally feel like a real man

A DAD has finally had his new penis fitted in its rightful place — after it spent six years attached to his arm.

Malcolm MacDonald — whose old one fell off in the loo — said his nightmare has been “put to rest” following surgery to attach it between his legs.

The 47-year-old added: “It was a nine-hour op.

"The first thing I did was look down and I was like, ‘Oh my days. They got it right this time’. I feel like a real man again.”

The Sun revealed how a nightmarish blood infection led to his penis falling off one fateful day in 2010.

A willy doctor built him a new six-inch member and it was due to be attached in 2015 but, due to a lack of oxygen in his blood, it was grafted temporarily to his arm.

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Then hospital delays and the Covid pandemic meant the £50,000 NHS-funded appendage had to stay there, turning Malcolm’s life upside down.

An elderly lady once asked him to get an item from the top shelf of a supermarket — but the willy came loose and swung down near her head.

In a Channel 4 documentary airing tomorrow, Malcolm says: “It’s something to tell the grandchildren, isn’t it?”

A keen darts player, he also told how he learned to tuck his arrows under it.

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His penis was created by Professor David Ralph at London’s University College Hospital.

It was made out of flesh from Malcolm’s arm, which allows him to feel.

He will eventually have a pump in his scrotum to fill it with saline solution, allowing him to prepare it for sex.

Single Malcolm, of Thetford, Norfolk, said: “This could be a turning point in my life.

"My luck in life hasn’t been too good so far, but it can only go bad for so long, can’t it?

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“Can you imagine six years of your life with a penis swinging on your arm? It’s been a nightmare, but it’s gone now — the little bugger.”

This week we revealed the answers to questions men might feel too embarrassed to ask.

Discussing your private parts can seem like a tall order, and if you're not quite ready to take the plunge, we've got you covered.

Speaking to The Sun, Dr Philippa Kaye delved deep into the four penis questions you might be too embarrassed to ask.

  • THE Man with a Penis on His Arm airs on Channel 4 tomorrow at 10.05pm.

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