Dozens of Ugandan men have complained to MPs about their condoms being too short for their sexual organs.
This has led to increased pressure during sex, which can cause unexpected ‘bursting’.
HIV is a big problem in the central African nation with as many as 80,000 dying of the disease each year.
Condoms are seen as key in the battle against the disease, which is why complaints about size are being taken so seriously by MPs.
‘Some youth are complaining that the condoms they are being given, some of them are too short, their organs can’t fit in them,’ MP Merard Bitekyerezo told the NTV Uganda News channel.
Another MP, Tom Aza, said: ‘When it comes to action, when they’re having sexual activity, of course with the pressure, it bursts.
‘[Some men] have bigger sexual organs and therefore should be considered for bigger condoms.’
Average international condom sizes are between 6.9 and 8.5 inches, however some XXL condoms can reach 9.25 inches.
Source: Metro UK