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Pornogamist Nick Robinson - practitioner of saucy paper-folding and author of new guide Adult Origami - has wowed Londoners by pulling off the world's biggest paper penis outside the city's London Assembly building.

Robinson took half-an-hour to erect the 10ft phallus, after which he delighted tourists and locals alike by waving it about from the Assembly's gallery as a stunt to promote his book. Rather appropriately, the London Assembly is known to some as the "Glass Bollock" in recognition of its ground-breaking testicular form. London Mayor Ken Livingstone's reaction to his authority's newest member is not known.

Likewise, we have yet to receive word from Pornogami Master Sugoi - previously interviewed by El Reg here - as to how he will counter this challenge to his authority. We reckon that nothing short of a 50ft representation of a woman's reproductive parts hanging from London's highly-suggestive Gherkin will suffice. Let battle commence. ®

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