Source Pravda.Ru

Penises All Over the Place

The owner of a Norwegian bar was fed up with the domination of naked woman’s body in the world of art. The bar owner announced that he was going to cover the walls of his bar with photographs depicting male genitals.

Christian Jorgensen, the co-owner of Lauritz Skjenkehus bar said to a Norwegian radio station that his art would be directly connected with beer. “This is one of the first associations, which comes up when you think about beer. That is why we decided to hang the pictures of penises on the walls of the bar,” said he.

Jorgensen added that those pictures were going to be of fine artistic taste. He also said that a bar is a place for men, which also proves the truth of his idea. Yet, he has not yet found male models that would pose for such weird exhibition.

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