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Denmark's most WTF NSFW campaign poster

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John Erik Wagner wants voters to know two things: 1) he is running for prime minister and 2) he is proud of his penis.

He doesn’t stand a chance of winning, but say this for John Erik Wagner: the man’s got balls.

Although to be fair, they aren’t on full display along with his penis in election posters that can be spotted all throughout Copenhagen.

If you're not offended by a bit of nudity, you can see the full, uncensored picture here.

Wagner is running for prime minister as an independent and has a history of displaying a shall we say unconventional approach to politics.

The 52-year-old from the Copenhagen district of Amager has been running in parliamentary, local and regional elections since 2005. Most of that was with little attention but that changed in 2013 when he burst onto the stage in his customary cowboy get-up during a live televised municipal election debate to protest the exclusion of smaller parties.

“Why should we [smaller parties] sit here like extras in our own campaign? Huh? Can you tell me that? This is no fair election,” he yelled during DR’s broadcast before being escorted off the stage.

Wagner’s new campaign posters have sure brought him some attention this round as well.

"Nice job by Wagner. Gets his willy hung up all over Copenhagen under the pretense of running in the election," wrote Twitter user Kristian Villesen

"John Erik Wagner shows both his six-shooter and his pistol," wrote Jesper Buhl.

Wagner is running on a ten-point platform that includes closing all of the nation’s job centres, changing local election rules, making dentist visits free like doctor visits and structuring the labour market so that all workers have six months on the job and six months of holiday.

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In addition to his penis-flaunting poster, he also has this one: 

Wagner's other poster. Photo: Justin Cremer

Here is Wagner’s election video:

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