Finally, a Human Specimen for Iceland Penis Museum

95-year-old's pickled member will go on display
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 12, 2011 10:17 AM CDT
Finally, a Human Specimen for Iceland Penis Museum
A visitor looks at Rasputin's penis displayed at the first Russian museum of erotica in St. Petersburg ... not Iceland's Phallological Museum.   (Getty Images)

Whale penises, seal penises, bear penises: Iceland's Phallological Museum has them all, but it was missing one thing: a human member. That all changed when 95-year-old Pall Arason died, leaving his penis to the museum, which opened in 1997. Sigurdur Hjartarson, Arason's friend who runs the museum in Husavik, says Arason wanted to help complete the collection. His penis will be pickled, the AP notes. (Read more penis stories.)

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