‘I’ve got a real Welsh rarebit haven’t I’: Man who got penis fillers to boost his girth to 15cm says the procedure has boosted his confidence
- Stuart Price, from Caerphilly near Cardiff, had injections to thicken his penis
- He kept the procedure secret from his girlfriend until he had already done it
- His penis now measures the same width as a bottle of Lea & Perrins sauce
- He says it has boosted his confidence and he feels better about himself
A man who discussed his penis enlargement injections live on breakfast television had eyes rolling today when he jokingly described his member as a ‘Welsh rarebit’.
Stuart Price, from Caerphilly, who had filler injections to his penis to make it bigger after spotting an advert online, was invited onto ITV’s This Morning.
Presenter Phillip Schofield tried his best not to laugh at 36-year-old Mr Price’s joke, made at the end of the interview.
Mr Price had the hyaluronic gel injected to increase the girth of his penis in a £3,800 procedure – and kept it secret from his girlfriend until it was done.
He increased the circumference of his penis from 4.9 inches (12.5cm) – already above the UK average of 4.3 inches – to 5.9 inches (15cm).
The procedure is becoming increasingly popular, experts say, as men seek surgeons to make their penises larger. One clinic says it has seen a 70 per cent increase in patients in the past three years.
And although the procedure is risky and his girlfriend said there was ‘nothing wrong’ with his penis beforehand, Mr Price says it has boosted his confidence.
Stuart Price went on This Morning with his girlfriend Carys Tedstone to discuss the injections he had to make his penis larger – they have increased the circumference of his penis by an inch but he must wait another two weeks before having sex
Phillip Schofield demonstrated how Mr Price’s penis size has changed – the pepper pot on the left was the thickness before the procedure, and the Lea & Perrins sauce bottle on the right is the after
Mr Price appeared on This Morning to discuss how he ended up having a penis enlargement after splitting with his girlfriend of six years in 2017.
He lost 10 stone, dropping from 25 stone, and said he was searching online for a hair transplant when he clicked on an advert for a penis enlargement.
‘An advert popped up for a penis enlargement surgery so I looked on there,’ he told Schofield and Rochelle Humes.
‘I put my details in and someone phoned me back and said would you like it done.’
Mr Price went ahead with the injections, and he now has to massage his penis twice a day for five to 10 minutes to prevent lumps.
Asked if it was painful he told viewers there was ‘a little prick at first’, to which Phillip Schofield joked ‘it was considerably bigger by the end of it’.
Mr Price had already lost 10 stone (pictured when he weighed 25 stone) after breaking up with his girlfriend of six years in 2017, but admitted he still didn’t feel happy with his appearance
Mr Price and Miss Tedstone revealed how he has to massage his penis twice a day to get rid of any lumps of filler, to the surprise of Phillip Schofield
WHAT IS THE AVERAGE PENIS SIZE?
For years, men all over the world want to know if their manhood measures up compared to others.
So, a team of researchers in 2015 sought to find out the global average for penis size.
Their work revealed the mean length of an erect penis is 5.2 inches (13.12 cm), scientists found.
Meanwhile, the average length of a flaccid penis is 3.6 inches (9.16 cm) and 5.2 inches (13.24 cm) when flaccid but stretched.
And when it comes to girth, the average erect circumference was 4.6 inches (11.66 cm) and 3.7 inches (9.31 cm) when flaccid.
The research, carried out by King’s College London’s Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, also found there was a small correlation between the erect length of a penis and a man’s height.
The team looked at 17 studies of 15,521 men worldwide who underwent penis size measurements by health professionals using a standard procedure.
The paper was published in the British Journal of Urology International.
‘I’ve got a real Welsh rarebit haven’t I?’ Mr Price joked at the end of the interview, to which Schofield tried not to laugh and accused him of saying it for a dare.
‘I was a little bit swollen at the start, but after two or three days it went down,’ said Mr Price, who will have to wait another two weeks before he can have sex.
And to put the change into perspective Phillip Schofield compared Mr Price’s previous and current size using household items.
The Welshman has gone from having a penis the same width as a pepper shaker to one the same width as a bottle of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce.
He kept the procedure secret from his girlfriend of three months, Carys Tedstone, who said there was nothing wrong with his size in the first place.
But she admitted having the work done has changed her partner, saying: ‘It was a confidence issue. He’s a lot more vibrant, he just wants to flaunt himself now but before he was a lot more shy and composed.’
Dr Ranj Singh, the show’s resident medical advisor, said there are risks associated with the procedure, which could cause bleeding, infection or a bad reaction.
He said: ‘The risk here is that people will be put off by the cost but still want the result and go off and do things where they shouldn’t be.
Do your research and go to an appropriate place.
‘If you’re a guy and you’re worried about your penile size one of the cheapest and most effective ways to increase it is to lose weight.
‘We all have a pubic fat pad which is right at the base of the penis and the more fat you have there the smaller your penis appears. If you lose weight it will naturally appear bigger.’