Aleksandr Pistoletov aka "Alexander Pistols" aka "Dongcopter Pirate" is a Russian singer/pornstar who mesmerized the internet last Thursday, by swinging his dick to shitty techno and corny pirate movies, and being stickied on /b/ in fall of 2012. Unfortunately, YouTube finally noticed that a video showing cock uploaded in March 2012 was probably against their Terms of Service and deleted it. But, there's a lot more where that came from.
Pistoletov, or Александр Пистолетов if you're one of those people, is a minor (thrice deleted bio at Russian Wikipedia) techno "artist" who has a thing for dick-swinging on stage. Watching is considered not gay, since he brings naked girls on stage to dance with during these shows. Pistoletov's mastery of cinema is not limited to dancing and waving his cock in front of a video screen. In this video at RedTube, Pistoletov shows his promise as a hardcore porn star.
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After nearly a million views, YouTube deleted the video because it's a guy swinging his dick. In a glorious turn of events, YouTube restored the video, for the lulz. The video had over two million views, because it's a guy swinging his dick, proving once again, the internet makes you gay. The video was taken down for good, but mirrors exist, and you can just google it to find them.
— Alexander Pistoletov
Far from being a one note guy, our hero has other videos on YouTube and other video outlets. In these, our hero displays his dick swinging skillz by swinging his dick to such things as the Mortal Kombat movie and theme song, the Russian Revolution, and so on. As with the video above, mirrors appear whenever the uncensored versions are removed, and you can just google it to find them. In the meantime, this version where Alex wears what appears to be panty hose on his cock.
- YouTube channel
- VK (Russian Facebook) profile
- Александр Пистолетов at lurkmore.to
- Taking down porn sites for the lulz
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