A man with 10 stone testicles has split Britain down the middle. In one camp, he has plenty of admirers who appluad him, saying he's got "some balls". In the other camp, attitudes could not be more different however, with the typical response being that he should "grow a pair".
The survey, conducted on behalf of artificial hormone maker Grownad, illustrates the creativity orf Britain's research led marketing industry, according to Marketing Week magazine.
Some of the man's critics point out the magnificent opportunities he is spurning. With the attention of the world's media focued on him, many point out that his groin would make an ideal media buy. "He could rent out his scrotum for advertising space and make a fortune," said Ruth Mortimer, the editor of Marketing Week.