Man Accused Of Stealing Due To 10-Inch Penis Bulge Says He 'Can't Help' How He's Made
The man who says his 10-inch penis bulge saw him accused of shoplifting says he 'can't help' how he's made.
Steve Whitehurst says he was left humiliated after a shopping trip to Scotts Menswear in Stoke-on-Trent ended in him being accused of stealing and him feeling like he had 'no choice' but to drop trou on the shop floor.
The 47-year-old says he was stopped from leaving the shop for around half-an-hour, even after he went into a cubicle with a male member of staff to show him his male member.
Steve was out shopping with his partner Mandy Shenton and her 18-month old grandson last Monday - he chose t-shirts and a bag before paying around £390 at the till.
However, Steve says things went downhill fast after the manager approached him and accused him of stealing by smuggling something down the front of his jeans.
Steve told Stoke-on-Trent Live: "I walked up to the door to leave but they stood in front of me. I thought it was a joke at first, I was completely gobsmacked.
"They kept pointing at my crotch and I replied, 'excuse me, that's my penis'. I said to them, 'what do I have to do to prove I'm innocent?'.
"They wouldn't let it go so I felt I had no choice but to pull my trousers down. I told them, 'look, I've got nothing to hide' but they still kept accusing me.
"I volunteered to go to the changing room with a male member of staff to prove it was all me as I couldn't think of what else I could do.
"I've put on a bit of weight lately so my jeans were very tight and there was a bulge but I can't help the way I'm made.
"I'm very well endowed." Fair enough.
Steve says he was blocked and 'kept prisoner' there while a crowd of 'more than 100 people' had gathered around.
He went on to say that while people have joked about the incident, he doesn't see the funny side.
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"A lot of people think it's funny," he said. "But I don't think it's a laughing matter. I can't believe I got my manhood out and they still didn't believe me."
Steve says he remained calm until the manager produced some security tags and carried on refusing to let him leave, even after he had showed them he didn't have anything down his trousers... other than his d***, obviously.
This was the tipping point for Steve, though, who says he demanded a refund and swears he'll never shop their again.
"I only lost my temper in the last five minutes," he said. "I admit I called the manager a b**** because I was so frustrated. At no point before that was I aggressive.
"The reason we had gone in the first place was because I found out that I'd had a non-acute heart attack two weeks earlier.
"I'd been really down because I couldn't go to the gym or work so my partner decided she'd treat me to some new clothes to cheer me up.
"I was having heart palpitations, I thought I was going to faint. It was really stressful. It's not nice to be accused of being a thief, I've never stolen anything in my life.
"I was begging security to call the police, I'd have done it myself, but my phone was dead. I kept pleading with them to check the CCTV which would have shown I'd done nothing wrong.
"It was only after I got the refund that I was allowed to leave."
Window-fitter Steve said he went straight home after the incident but was left so angry and upset he went back the next morning to complain.
He added: "I only got to sleep at 6am as I was so stressed. As soon as I woke up I went down to speak with security. Would someone really go to the point of showing their penis if they weren't telling the truth?
"If the manager had admitted her mistake I'd have left it there but now I think she should be severely reprimanded. I want a formal apology. I must be the only person to have spent £396 but still get accused of theft.
"I felt like I was a little man, be it one with a large penis, against this big corporate company. It's so frustrating."
A spokesperson from JD Sports, which owns Scotts, said: "The customer in question was exhibiting suspicious behaviour in store and when the store manager confronted the customer, he became abusive.
"At no point did any colleague ask the customer to remove any clothing."
Featured Image Credit: Stoke-on-Trent Live