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If you thought Naked Attraction was pretty explicit, wait until you hear about Channel 4's latest documentary, My Massive C**k.

The unique show follows the lives of men with exceptionally large penises, and how it affects their day-to-day lives.

During Monday's (October 24) one-off episode, one man told viewers how his 9.5 inch bulge was wrongly accused of "inappropriate behaviour" in a job interview.

Joe, who is only 5ft 6inches tall, candidly explained how having a large appendage isn't everything it's cracked up to be, after hindering his chances of securing a new job.

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He said: "I went for this interview and I thought the interview went really well,” he began. “But suit trousers are well fitting, very tight.

"The response I got was, ‘you’re not going to get the job, we thought you were a good candidate but we thought there was inappropriate behaviour happening’."

"They thought that I had an erection throughout this whole interview, and they were very much like, ‘your attire wasn’t right’.

"They clearly meant, ‘we could see your d***’."

"It’s like nearly a twelfth of my height, the scaling is off - it’s thicker than my forearm," he continued, adding that he has to go to special efforts to buy specific underwear with extended pouches.

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Viewers were speechless within the show's first few minutes when participants revealed and discussed their manhood. Clips of full-frontal nudity, with many of whom exceeding 9 inches when erect, prompted some to switch off.

One hilariously noted: "These guys who don't want people to know they have a massive c*ck on Channel 4's My Massive C*ck are doing the right thing talking about and showing their massive c*cks on My Massive C*ck on national television. That'll solve the problem."

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