Man who had penis attached to his arm wants to DATE Kate Beckinsale

A man who lived with his own penis attached to his own arm for six years has proposed Kate Beckinsale after she shared his story on Instagram.

Malcolm MacDonald, 47, was forced to live with his penis attached to his arm after an operation to reattach it between his legs – after it originally fell off due to a blood infection – went wrong.

And after Kate wished him well on social media, single Malcolm has now offered to take her out on a date, noting he’ll take the Hollywood actress ‘out for a saveloy and chips.’

What an offer: A man who lived with his own penis attached to his own arm for six years has proposed Kate Beckinsale after she shared his story on Instagram

He told The Sun: ‘I’d be happy to take her out for saveloy and chips, anytime. I’ll pay.

‘But she’ll have to come to Thetford. She seems like a nice girl and it’s great she’s read my story and what I’ve been through.’

Malcolm added: ‘The kisses are a nice touch too. I’m ready for dating again, so why not her? I’ll even treat her to a pint down at my local boozer.’

Kate, who is single, has enjoyed a string of high-profile relationships over the years.

Shocking: Malcolm MacDonald, 47, was forced to live with his penis attached to his arm after an operation to reattach it between his legs - after it originally fell off due to a blood infection - went wrong

Shocking: Malcolm MacDonald, 47, was forced to live with his penis attached to his arm after an operation to reattach it between his legs – after it originally fell off due to a blood infection – went wrong

She previously dated actor Michael Sheen between 1995 and 2003, during which time the couple welcomed daughter Lily Mo Sheen.

The Pearl Harbor star went on to marry filmmaker Len Wiseman. After their divorce, she dated stand-up comedians Matt Rife, Jack Whitehall and Pete Davidson.

Her latest romance was with Canadian musician Goody Grace, whom she began dating in January 2020 before calling it off 10 months later.

Malcolm’s generous offer comes after Kate took to her Instagram on Thursday to share his story as she wished him to ‘Feel momentarily better’.

She wrote: ‘Literally scouring for news that doesn’t make me want to jump out of the window . This man said: “It’s not every day you see a man with a penis on his arm. Of course, I see the funny side.”

Sending her regards: Malcolm's generous offer comes after Kate took to her Instagram on Thursday to share his story as she wished him to 'Feel momentarily better'

Sending her regards: Malcolm’s generous offer comes after Kate took to her Instagram on Thursday to share his story as she wished him to ‘Feel momentarily better’

Reaching out: 'Of course he is from the UK.  Of course he has done a photo shoot down the rec with a willy hanging out of his sleeve.  Feel momentarily better.  God bless you, Malcolm xxx'

Reaching out: ‘Of course he is from the UK. Of course he has done a photo shoot down the rec with a willy hanging out of his sleeve. Feel momentarily better. God bless you, Malcolm xxx’

‘Of course he is from the UK. Of course he has done a photo shoot down the rec with a willy hanging out of his sleeve. Feel momentarily better. God bless you, Malcolm xxx.’

Malcolm from Thetford in Norfolk, who appeared on Channel 4’s The Man With a Penis on His Arm, had his penis amputated in 2014 after a blood infection caused it to decay — though his testicles remained intact.

In 2015 doctors revealed he could have a new penis grafted from the skin on his arm in a £50,000 NHS-funded op.

However, a lack of oxygen in his blood during surgery meant doctors had to abort midway, and stuck the six-inch penis to his left arm ‘temporarily’.

Hospital delays followed by the Covid pandemic meant the appendage stayed there for six years, making his life a misery.

Viewers were stunned watching the program last night, in which Malcolm described the penis falling out of his sleeve while shopping and even hitting his loved-ones in the face while he hugged them.

No way: After his original member 'dropped off' due to an infection, doctors stuck a six-inch penis to his left arm 'temporarily' (pictured, Malcolm while washing up)

No way: After his original member ‘dropped off’ due to an infection, doctors stuck a six-inch penis to his left arm ‘temporarily’ (pictured, Malcolm while washing up)

How a British mechanic became first man in the world with a penis on his arm

2014: Malcom MacDonald’s long-term perineum infection — between the scrotum and anus — developed into sepsis. This led to his penis turning black and falling off.

2015: Doctors revealed he could a new penis grafted from the skin on his arm in a £50,000 NHS-funded op.

Medics took skin and muscle from the left arm and a vein in the right leg.

The skin was wrapped around the vein and molded into the shape of a penis.

But during an operation to attach it between his legs, it had to be stuck onto his arm due to lack of oxygen in his blood, known as hypoxemia, which is thought to occur in around one in 15 procedures and can be fatal.

It had to be connected to the blood vessels in his arms to keep the penis tissue healthy.

Delays meant the penis was left dangling from his arm for six years.

2019: An NHS staff shortage in December 2019 meant the procedure could not go ahead when planned.

2020: The operation was due to go ahead in April 2020 but the pandemic hit, causing further delays.

2021: Mr MacDonald’s penis was finally extracted from his arm and moved to his groin during a nine-hour operation.

It is fitted with a penile implant, consisting of a saline reservoir, a cylinder that runs along the length of the penis and a pump and release valve that’s inside the scrotum.

The implant allows the user to pump saline fluid that is kept inside the reservoir into the cylinder. Once fully pumped, the penis will be hard enough for sexual intercourse.

Speaking in a new documentary, which aired on Thursday night on Channel 4, Malcolm explained how he had done ‘more and more drugs’ after becoming homeless when his relationship fell apart.

Speaking before the operation, he explained: ‘I’m an everyday man that does the same things everyday men do, but I don’t have penis.

‘Twelve years ago had a job a nice partner, my baby comes along, relationship ain’t too good, we ended up splitting up.

‘A friend of mine had a garage, got set up with a sofa and TV’.

After being made homeless, Malcolm developed a long-term perineum infection — between the scrotum and anus.

He said he had abscesses which ‘swelled up the size of a tennis ball and popped’, and the infection escalated into sepsis, turning his fingers, toes and penis black.

When someone has sepsis, a serious blood infection, the blood begins to clot and prevent vital nutrients and oxygen getting to the furthest parts of the body.

He explained: ‘My toes started going black, my penis started going black. I went to the toilet and it fell off.’

Malcolm said he was left with ‘a stump’ and revealed he is ‘unable to remember what it is like to have one.’

Malcolm said he threw his penis in the bin, with medics originally telling him they could only roll up the remaining stump ‘like a sausage roll’.

For the next two years he became a recluse, turning to alcohol and feeling ‘like a shadow of a man’.

Believing he’d be left with a lifelong stump, the former mechanic, who is now on benefits, became a recluse.

He explained how he would drink 18 pints a day, and often start drinking every morning.

But he received a lifeline when his GP referred him to Professor David Ralph, an expert in phallus construction at University College Hospital in London almost two years later.

Professor Ralph revealed Malcolm could have a new penis grafted – and he got to choose the size.

Malcolm requested that it be six inches (15cm), which was two inches (5cm) longer than he had previously.

Doctors took a skin flap from his left arm and rolled it to form a makeshift penis.

The arm was chosen because it has skin quality and sensation, medics said.

Saved: Professor David Ralph, an expert in phallus construction at University College Hospital in London, was able to reconstruct a penis for Malcolm (detailed in graphic)

Saved: Professor David Ralph, an expert in phallus construction at University College Hospital in London, was able to reconstruct a penis for Malcolm (detailed in graphic)

They also created a urethra within the skin.

But rather than the penis being attached between his legs, it was originally stuck on to his arm due to lack of oxygen in his blood at the time of the operation, known as hypoxemia.

The complication is thought to occur in around one in 15 procedures and can be fatal.

His penis had to be connected to the blood vessels in his left arm to keep the tissue healthy.

Procedure: Malcolm's replacement penis had to be connected to the blood vessels in his left arm to keep the tissue healthy

Procedure: Malcolm’s replacement penis had to be connected to the blood vessels in his left arm to keep the tissue healthy

While it was on his arm, Malcolm could not pass urine or get an erection.

The procedure to move the penis to his groin was severely delayed because he missed a string of appointments due to transport and scheduling mix-ups, staff shortages and the pandemic.

But doctors said the wait for the procedure would not affect the ability for it to eventually be put in place.

Malcolm finally has his manhood back in the correct place following a nine-hour operation last year.

The separated father-of-two, said: ‘The first thing I did was look down and I was like, “Oh my days. They got it right this time”. I feel like a real man again.’

Finally: Malcolm finally has his manhood back in the correct place following a nine-hour operation last year

Finally: Malcolm finally has his manhood back in the correct place following a nine-hour operation last year

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