MEN with big noses do have larger willies, scientists say.
Research revealed that they are about 30 per cent bigger below than guys with tiny conks.
They said it may be down to exposure to key hormones, called androgens, in the womb.
Levels in pregnancy are thought to affect the size of some body parts.
Experts in Kyoto, Japan, studied 126 men.
Those with a nose length of around 1.7in had an average non-erect penis size of 4in.
But fellas like singer Barry Manilow with a hooter of at least 2.1in boasted 5.3in.
Cops ready to charge suspect over death at Barrymore’s home 20 years ago
Huge blaze guts historic boat yards on Thames island near Hampton Court
Maddie’s parents’ emotional update on disappearance ahead of ‘poignant’ date
Tributes to ‘generous’ teen, 17, chased into shop and stabbed to death
Charing Cross station evacuated due to ‘suspicious package’ near Trafalgar Sq
Cops ‘extremely concerned’ about missing student, 20, as girlfriend begs for help
However, package size bore no relation to body shape, weight or age.
Reports have previously suggested big hands or feet mean larger willies.
Dr Hiroshi Ikegayal said the study, reported in the journal Basic and Clinical Andrology, is the first to show a link.