Ansel Pierce denies wearing prosthetic on Euphoria


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Actor Ansel Pierce took to TikTok this week to deny wearing a prosthetic penis on the opening episode of Euphoria Season 2.

Read also: Simon Rex’s giant prosthetic penis in Red Rocket.

The teen drama opened its second season with three glimpses of full-frontal male nudity. But the scene which really got viewers salivating all over social media featured Ansel Pierce.

Ansel, now known universally as Toilet Guy or Bathroom Guy, took a role as an extra for a party scene in the season two premiere. He walks into bathroom, drops trou and sits on a toilet with everything, and you know what we mean by everything, on display.

QNews, of course, can not show you the uncensored image in all its UNCUT glory. However, we probably provided a route to the pic in the above photo caption.

For those interested in the script, a female character is hiding in the tub. She cops an eyeful along with the audience at home.

Social media immediately went crazy with people who’ve never seen a big dick speculating that the actor wore a prosthetic penis. What is it with straight people? They honestly wouldn’t know a big dick if they tripped over one in a sauna.

Anyway, Ansel Pierce took to TikTik to defend his penis.

“That is me in the bathroom, not a prosthetic.”

@ansel.pierce yeah that was me in euphoria. you guys are killing me ☠️☠️☠️ #euphoria #fyp #bathroomguy ♬ original sound – anselpierce

Ansel Pierce

Ansel Pierce is a model. He previously appeared in a number of fashion publications and often shares modelling shots on Instagram.

Following his recent move into acting, as he notes in another TikTok video, this is Ansel’s first BIG role.

 

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