Danish children's cartoon about a man with giant penis divides critics
Children’s cartoon character John Dillermand possesses something very unique - something that can help him in rescue operations, can tame lions and even light a barbecue. It is in fact, his extremely long penis.
The controversial Danish cartoon, which is aimed at 4-8 year olds, has faced criticism around the world, while others have praised it for its light-hearted approach to human anatomy.
We’re joined live from Denmark by Professor Stine Liv Johansen and presenter and mum, Ulla Essendrop, to tell us more about this surprise ratings hit.