Roberto Cabrera, 55, claims to have the world's longest penis, measuring 18.9 inches. However, despite what many might think, he claims that his penis is actually a disadvantage which has prevented him from finding work, according to British newspaper The Daily Star.
"I cannot wear a uniform like anybody in the companies and also I cannot get on my knees," Cabrero lamented, according to The Daily Star, adding that, "I cannot run fast and so the companies think badly of me. They say that they will call me, but they never do."
Cabrera goes on to tell the newspaper that his government has finally recognized him as being disabled. Until that point, he had been reliant on meager economic assistance, receiving it three times per year, and often ate his daily meals at food banks. However, this is not the end of Cabrera's woes; apparently women are too scared to have sex with him, which has kept him single.
To complicate matters, the official record-holder for the world's largest penis does not believe that the man from Mexico actually has a bigger penis.
"His penis isn't 19 inches," Jonah Falcon, the man now thought to have the world's second largest penis told the British newspaper The Sun, adding that "The man stretched his foreskin constantly, from what I understand, but its normal underneath."
Falcon claims that he doesn't care about the length of Cabrera's penis, saying that "it's not going to change the fact that I'm 13.5 inches," and there may be some truth to his accusation.
"He began with this enlargement since he was a teenager, wrapping some bands around his penis with some weights and trying to stretch it," said Doctor Jesus David Salazar Gonzales to The Sun.
But the Mexican contender remains unfazed, expressing his desire to be included in the Guinness Book of Records one day, even though they have hitherto not recognized his record.
"I am famous because I have the biggest penis in the world. I am happy with my penis, I know nobody has the size I have," Cabrero told The Sun, echoing Falcon's attitude.