A silicone genital implant is being offered by a Beverly Hills urologist.
Dr James Elist says his $13,000 (PS9,000) procedure can increase your manhood by up to 2.5 inches through a silicone implant that is put under the skin. Dr Elist told Daily Mail Online that patients have the option of choosing between three implant sizes for the procedure: large, extra large and double extra large. He said: "Nobody wants to have a small or medium one. This is similar to breast implants - but a breast implant is a bag filled with silicone gel or in some cases saline. My implant is different; it's not filled with anything. The material is very soft silicone with the shape of the penis - which covers the penis for 270 degrees around and the whole length of the penis." The doctor patented his invention in 2002 and has been offering the operation since 2004. He said: "We did a study of 400 of our patients retrospectively, and we noticed that the self-confidence of patients has increased significantly."
A mural of Kanye West kissing himself has been painted onto Zigi's Wine and Cheese Bar in Sydney.
Australian artist Scott Marsh has shared a picture of the masterpiece on his Instagram account.
The piece follows another mural of Kim Kardashian West's naked selfie uploaded to the photo-sharing app. A 30-foot painting of the 'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' star was unveiled on the side of a building in Melbourne, Australia, and caused quite the stir.
A cat has stolen over 60 pieces of men's underwear.
A six-year-old feline named Brigit cannot keep her paws off of male under garments and has pocketed 11 pairs of pants and 50 pairs of socks in two months, while prowling around the streets at night time near her home in Hamilton East, New Zealand.
Brigit's owner, Sarah Nathan, took to Instagram last Friday to broadcast her thieving pet's discoveries. She said: "Now it's getting silly. This is Brigit's haul from the last two months. Every morning we wake up to more. I've put notes in every letterbox in the street. Someone must be missing this stuff. Please share if you know someone who lives in the George St area (sic)." Sarah has collated the items and is inviting all of Brigit's conquests to come forward for them to recover their missing items.
Speaking to NZ Herald newspaper, Sarah said: "Now she's decided menswear is the thing - and it's a very specific kind of underpants that she likes. It's an absolute obsession. A night does not go by without her bringing things home. I got up this morning and there were another four socks in the house."
Thankfully, Brigit has an eye for specific types of underwear and freshly washed garments. She said: "It's really, really weird. She's got really specific taste. They feel as if they've come off the washing line - they've got that crispy feeling."