The lengths to which a Columbian poet is going to fund a trip may shock you.
Artist Rafael Medina Brochero is pawning his 52-year-old “family jewels” to help fund a tour through Europe while partaking in “Poetry for Peace in Colombia”, according to a report from ColumbiaReports.com .
Brochero told the site that he is selling is manhood for $20,000 and is ready for the first offer.
The move has many wondering "Why?" Brochero told ColumbiaReports.com that he had a bad experience during a 2012 South American tour where he became broke and had to sell his wedding ring. He doesn’t want that to happen when he ventures off to Europe.
He says his man card is worth the price.
So, what would you do with a used pair of testicles?
Brochero told Yahoo! Australia that he hopes they can be used to help a man who needs them more than he does, or to be used in soup.
Read more in the Huffington Post.
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Things To Do
INSIDE: View our list of events happening this week around the Valley.
Did You Hear?
Canadian airline WestJet surprised passengers with gifts from their Christmas wish list at the end of their flight.
In the year of the selfie, even three world leaders can get away with the relatively new phenomenon–and at a memorial service, no less.
Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina is known as a humble man, a capable administrator and -- as expected of a new Pope -- a man of great faith.