Large Organ

The Guinness Book of Records has confirmed that Mr Harold Pogley of Warminster has the largest organ in the UK, exceeding the previous record by four inches.

"It is quite a whopper," he admits. "I used to play with it quite a lot when I was younger. I never thought that there was anything special about it at the time, but when my girlfriend saw it recently she was quite taken aback. She told me that it could be a record breaker."

Uncomfortable

Mr Pogley was initially very uncomfortable with the interest in his massive organ.

"At first I found it extremely embarrassing when total strangers came knocking on my door, asking to see my organ," he told us. "But I soon adjusted to my new found fame. Nowadays I'm not the least bit self-conscious when I present it in public.

"I'm often called upon to display it at the local library, where I invite people to touch it."

Extraordinary

Organ

Readers will have a chance to see and hear Mr Pogley's extraordinary organ for themselves when he begins a national concert tour next month. He has promised that it will be a treat for all fans of organ music, and he plans to play many old favourites.

"I also have a big cock," says Mr Pogley.

 

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