Purefoy Insists Penis Wasn't Enhanced

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British actor JAMES PUREFOY has laughed off reports his manhood was digitally enhanced for a full frontal nude scene in gritty TV series ROME. The VANITY FAIR star, who plays Roman leader MARK ANTONY in the epic drama, bared all for a bathing scene in the first series - where he was towelled down by a slave. And he's keen to point out that reports he asked a special effects technician to enlarge his penis are untrue - that dishonour belongs to one of his unnamed co-stars. He says, "I won't say whose it was, but there was a penis in the series that may have been slightly enhanced. But it wasn't mine. "Mine's all mine... I can look at the episode and go, 'Yep, that's me.'"


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What is that? Have the people nothing else to worry about? Is the size of a penis that important? What´s about the dimension of the acting skill of Mr. Purefoy.It speaks for Mr. Purefoys favor that he could laugh about it. Probably english sense of humor.
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