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More Than You Can Handle features thirty boys, no condoms, an eye-popping gang-bang, a notorious group-fuck filled with first-timers, and the biggest circle-jerk in gay porn history shot on-location in South Africa. Three massive Bel Ami orgies. Can you handle it?
The first eye-popping episode in More Than You Can Handle is the now-infamous, record-setting, twenty-seven-stud j/o orgy filmed on location in gorgeous Cape Town, South Africa. When Bel Ami wants to make an impression there is no going halfway! They flew twenty seven boys – a mix of newcomers and veteran sexualists – along with a dozen crew members all the way down from Central Europe specifically to film a massive orgy. This wild wank-fest features Bel Ami’s hottest guys, tanned and naked beneath the South African sun, jacking themselves and their buddies to an amazing twenty seven cumshots – enough hard cock and man-juice to keep you entertained for hours!
The second episode in the sex pic was shot in Bel Ami’s famed Budapest studio. This location was picked specifically to focus on their native Hungarian studs – some of whom were quite new at the time and had never had sex in a group before. (Can you pick out which ones were inexperienced?) Veteran studs Vadim Farrell and Florian Nemec are on hand to instruct such gorgeous newcomers as Harris Hilton and Jason Clark.
For the third featured orgy in More Than You Can Handle fourteen studs from scene one who are still horny return to stuff incredible young newbie Kevin Warhol with cock. (But don’t worry – they don’t neglect each other.) Kevin was fairly new to the Bel Ami crew and hadn’t much experience when this was filmed so you are watching a sexy young buck experience his first cock buffet for the very first time. It is truly a boner-inducing sight to watch Kevin ride one erection, stuff another stiff penis into his mouth, and grab for a third dude, all at the same time! Keep an eye peeled for fan-favorites Jean-Daniel Chagall, Luke Hamill, Dolph Lambert, Alex Orioli, the Peters Twins and Ariel Vanean, among many others. You need to ask yourself if you can handle it. Or is it More Than You Can Handle?