A man who had a penis attached to his arm wants to take Kate Beckinsale on a date – after she shared his story online.Malcolm MacDonald was forced to live with the appendage on his limb for six years after his own member fell off due to a horror blood infection.
The 47-year-old from Norfolk had a new willy grafted from skin on his bum so doctors could reattach it between his legs.His story recently went viral after being told in a new Channel 4 documentary ‘The Man with a Penis on His Arm’.
When Hollywood actress Kate heard about Malcolm’s ordeal she shared it with her 5.3 million followers on Instagram.Posting a screenshot of a news article about Malcolm’s story, the Pearl Harbour star wrote: “Literally scouring for news that doesn’t make me want to jump out of the window.
“This man said ‘It’s not every day you seen a man with a penis on his arm. Of course, I see the funny side.’”The British star continued: “Of course he is from the UK.“Of course he has done a photo shoot down the rec with a willy hanging out of his sleeve. Feel momentarily better. God bless you, Malcolm xxx.”Single dad Malcolm – who had two children before his willy turned black and fell off – has since propositioned Kate.
He told The Sun : “I’d be happy to take her out for saveloy and chips, anytime. I’ll pay – but she’ll have to come to Thetford.“She seems like a nice girl and it’s great she’s read my story and what I’ve been through.
“The kisses are a nice touch too. I’m ready for dating again, so why not her? I’ll even treat her to a pint down at my local boozer.”Prior to his operation, Malcolm lived without a penis for 11 years.
It dropped off in the toilet in 2010 when he contracted a blood infection, which caused his fingers, toes and penis to go black.Medics were able to build him a new six-inch willy which was originally supposed to be attached between his legs in 2015, but a lack of oxygen in his blood meant it initially had to be grafted to his arm.
Then, thanks to Covid and hospital delays, the £50,000 NHS-funded member had to stay on his arm longer than expected. He eventually had the successful operation in 2021.Speaking in the documentary he said: “I feel like a real man again.
“My luck in life hasn’t been too good so far, but it can only go bad for so long, can’t it?”Can you imagine six years of your life with a penis swinging on your arm? It’s been a nightmare, but it’s gone now — the little bugger.”