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Pornogamists go head-to-head with giant genitaliaIn response to those readers who requested, nay demanded, a picture of pornogamist Nick Robinson and his rampant 10ft paper penis, we are delighted to report that we have managed to secure a snap of said virile member proudly erect in front of the London Assembly building.

Nick constructed the monster to promote his latest book, Adult Origami, and we wondered at the time how rival erotic origami practitioner Master Sugoi - author of Pornogami: a guide to the ancient art of paper-folding for adults - would take this challenge to his authority.

Naturally, Sugoi did not take the gargantuan todger lying down, and duly forwarded proof that he too could construct genitalia on an industrial scale if his pride was at stake - as the bottom photo proves.

We at El Reg do, however, feel that we may now have provoked an origami jihad in which the two protagonists vie to complete ever-larger saucy foldings - and would like to suggest a compromise before a disastrous fire breaks out and someone gets hurt. Were Robinson and Sugoi to agree to a political alliance then the former's überschlong could mate with the latter's labial construct, and - although exactly what the offspring from such a union might be is a matter for scientific debate (millions of sheets of A4 paper; a 200ft-tall crepe paper infant, perhaps?) - we reckon that the coupling would do much to promote world peace, love and understanding. ®

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