A huge museum has been dedicated solely to displaying images of p*nises of all shapes and sizes for public viewing.
This is the museum which is dedicated to p*nises.
The p*nises are all of different shapes and sizes and stun visitors who come to see them all the time.
According to reports, the founder and former teacher, Sigurdur Hjartarson’s mission was simple: “Somebody had to do it.”
Visitors to the Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik will find 282 p*nises of all shapes and sizes.
They are from 93 different species of animals.
The bizarre collection – the biggest in the world – spans from a huge sperm whale’s 5.5ft whopper – the largest exhibited – to the micro-p*nis of a hamster.
Elephants, polar bears, dolphins, walruses, fish and yes, there are one-eyed trouser snakes belonging to men.
Preserved in formaldehyde-filled glass containers, visitors can marvel at the s*x and life-giving members.
Others are dried or stand proud on the wall.
Todgers also play a large role in Icelandic folklore.
Manhoods of mythological creatures including an elf, a merman and the “the Nasty Ghost of Snaefiall” are claimed to be exhibited.
The museum opened in 1997.
Hjartarson has been obsessed with p*nises since a child and began collecting them in 1974 after being given a bull’s member to whip animals with.
Eight years later he had amassed p*nises from four whales and nine land mammals.
Ten years later that collection had grown to 34.
Today there are 282.