Man With 100-Pound Scrotum Says No to Free Surgery

Guess what, gentlemen. There is such a thing as “too big.” If you don’t believe it, just ask Wesley Warren Jr. He’s been waddling his way through Las Vegas for the past three years with his 100-pound scrotum in tow. Before you start to feel too sorry for Warren — who suffers from a condition […]

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Guess what, gentlemen. There is such a thing as “too big.”

If you don’t believe it, just ask Wesley Warren Jr. He’s been waddling his way through Las Vegas for the past three years with his 100-pound scrotum in tow.

Before you start to feel too sorry for Warren — who suffers from a condition called scrotal elephantiasis — just know that he has had the opportunity to have the bulge removed completely free of charge.

In exchange for exclusive interview rights, “The Dr. Oz Show” offered to pay for any surgery and recovery charges. Warren declined the offer, claiming that he is worried about the possibility of dying during the procedure, but some seem to think he’s simply come to embrace the celebrity status he has received due to the condition. He also didn’t want to necessarily limit his appearance opportunities by committing exclusively to the syndicated talk show.

Since word about his condition spread, Warren has been featured on “Tosh.0,” has been asked to appear on Howard Stern’s radio show and even inked a deal to develop his own documentary.

Still, Warren says he does, in fact, want to have the corrective surgery, but he refuses to do it until he’s good and ready. Until that day comes, he seems to have embraced the condition and is having a ball.