A man born without a penis is set to be one of the first in Britain to have an organ surgically reconstructed from tissue taken from his arm.
Andrew Wardle, 40, from Greater Manchester, UK, has bedded over 100 women despite the fact that he doesn't have a penis.
Andrew has revealed all about his life in TLC's The Man With No Penis which sees him confess his life-long secret to friends and family - including his unsuspecting, long-term girlfriend, Fedra - and investigates life-changing surgery that could give him a fully-functioning penis built from the skin, blood vessels and nerves on his arm.
Filmed over twelve months, viewers will discover how Andrew’s rare birth condition left him with testicles, but no penis and how he he kept it a secret from his lovers.
"I've told 20% of them the truth," he said but then reveals how one woman punched him in the face when she learned the astonishing truth.
"It is difficult to explain to a new girlfriend but when I have some have been really nice about it. But I was punched in the face once when I told a girl," he previously told This Morning.
"I guess she was angry as she felt like I had lied but it's not something you can say right away."
Now, after forty years of secrecy, Andrew’s decided to reveal the truth, admitting: “I was sick of hiding.”
And, if the operation is successful, he’ll have a fully functioning penis for the first time in his life.
Andrew has made the news before, most notably when he appeared on This Morning to talk about his issue.
"My first girlfriend was really nice and understanding," he explained.
"We went out for four years and it was not a problem. It may ave been if we were together in the future but we were only 15 so it wasn't."