Man with ’10-inch penis’ accused of shoplifting because of suspicious bulge


A man who claims to have a ’10 inch penis’ said he was accused of shoplifting because of a suspicious bulge in his jeans.

Steve Whitehurst, 47, was shocked when workers claimed he was stealing at Scotts Menswear in Stoke-on-Trent.
He claims he is a ‘little man, be it one with a large penis, against this big corporate company’.
When leaving the Potteries Shopping Centre store last Sunday, female employees and security staff reportedly cornered him at the exit.
Despite buying £390 worth of shirts and a bag, they accused him of stuffing another t-shirt in his jeans.
He said: ‘I asked the staff “so where have I put them?”
‘She said “in your trousers”.
‘She pointed at my shorts and said “what’s that bulge in your underpants?”
‘I said “you are joking”.
‘I went to the cubicle and pulled down my pants and showed them it was my penis.’

But the window fitter Steve said staff then pulled out security tags which they claim he had ripped off.
The father-of-one admits to eventually being aggressive and threatening security guards so he could leave the store.
He added: ‘I had stood there for 30 minutes and my head started going funny.
‘Then more security guards started turning up and I thought this is barmy because I proved my innocence.
‘I just said if that’s the case phone the police and check the (CCTV) footage and they refused.
‘I was a bit shocked.
‘I’m not shoplifter, I had four grand worth of gold on and about four grand in my pocket.
‘I just bought £390 quid worth of stuff and I’m a big guy, 16, 17 stone and dress smart.
‘It just doesn’t make sense.’
This was the first time Steve’s private parts have led to accusations of shoplifting.
‘I have women staring at it, but I’ve never been accused of shoplifting,’ he added.

He was visiting the store at the time with his girlfriend Mandy Shenton, 46, and her 18-month-old grandson.
Mandy told the Sun: ‘It was so humiliating. What they did to Steve was disgusting.’
It is claimed staff found a missing electronic tag in a jacket he tried on and said Steve was ‘aggressive’ when they challenged him.
A spokesperson for JD Sports told the Sun: ‘The customer in question was exhibiting suspicious behaviour and, when the store manager confronted the customer, he became abusive.
‘At no point did any colleague ask the customer to remove any clothing.’



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