A man in Malaysia thought he was getting a great deal by buying a penis enlarger for only £100 ($168) online, but he was deflated when his order came up short.

He opened the package to find that the "penis enlarger" was in fact a simple magnifying glass worth a mere £5 ($8). At least the manufacturers were safety conscience as the item included the instructions "Do not use in sunlight."

The man, named only as Ong, reported the offense to Malaysia's customer complaints bureau, but would not reveal where he ordered the enlarger from, likely out of embarrassment. Mr. Chong, a representative of the bureau stated, "As you can imagine, he is feeling rather disgruntled. The unfortunate gentleman is just one of many who have fallen victims to these kind of misleading scams. Men and women are equally vulnerable to these scams. Three people lost a total of more than £15,000 to these scams this year alone.

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Even though the item wasn't quite what Mr. Ong was expecting, there's no denying that it could get the job done in some sense of the word.