Wesley Warren, a man famous for his 132-pound scrotum and who starred on a TLC show called The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum, has died.
He passed away from a non-scrotum health issue, reports indicate.
Wesley Warren passed away on Friday after suffering two heart attacks in 2014. He had been hospitalized for five and a half weeks prior to his death.
He was only 49.
Warren's friend told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that his diabetes led to the prolonged hospitalization, and he suffered the heart attacks while there.
Prior to his surgery last summer to remove the 132-pound scrotum, he used to wear hooded sweatshirts as pants as a makeshift scrotum sling.
Warren had suffered from a case of scrotal lymphedema, a medical condition which causes the scrotum to swell with watery fluid ... in his case greatly.
In addition to The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum, he went on Howard Stern's radio show as well as Comedy Central's Tosh.0, making fun of his condition.
Eventually, a surgeon performed a bro pono operation to alleviate his suffering, but Warren suffered from other health problems that proved his undoing.