Nevada man receives offers to have the million-dollar surgery for free, but he's not interested
A U.S. man who requires surgery to repair his 45-kilogram scrotum is reluctant to go under the knife even if the million-dollar surgery is free.
Wesley Warren believes his condition began in 2008 when he was turning in his bed and accidentally squashed his testicles with his legs. He said his testicles ballooned up to the size of a soccer ball overnight and kept getting bigger. He now uses a hoodie upside down to cover his scrotum and his penis is so deeply buried in the growth that he has trouble going to the bathroom. It's an extremely rare condition called scrotal elephantiasis.
Warren is seen in this video from October:
Last year he began a campaign to raise money for the costly surgery, which isn't available locally in Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Review-Journal profiled him first in October and since then Warren has appeared on the Howard Stern Show, Comedy Central and will be the subjectRead More »from Wesley Warren Jr. reluctant to have surgery to fix 45-kg scrotum