Four years after the BBC first reported that 60% of Indian men have below international average penis size, the story is still among the most read or shared on its website. It seems that the population of the planet who can read English, have access to the internet and are sufficiently interested in the average penis size of Indian males is replenishing itself at a rate which is maintaining the story’s popularity.
Studies have shown that in order to consistently achieve the necessary number of hits to remain in the top read or shared list either hitherto unknown civilisations the size of Belgium are being introduced to the internet every week, or the world is sufficiently full of women openly declaring their intention to have sex with Indian medical consultants and dentists that men are nudging the story their way as a hint that it might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
A spokesman for the BBC said “according to our web team, this story has been seen by more people than have ever lived. Either that or our counter is fucked”.