Lance Armstrong laughs at himself after drawing 'missing testicle' card in game

Cancer survivor Lance Armstrong pokes fun at himself after drawing a 'Lance Armstrong's missing testicle' card during a game of Cards Against Humanity.

Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong poked fun at himself after he drew a card referring to his 'missing testicle' during a game.

The 42-year-old, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles two years ago due to doping, survived testicular cancer after he was diagnosed with the disease in 1996.

During a game of Cards Against Humanity, which is described on its website as 'a party game for horrible people', drew out an answer card, which read: 'Lance Armstrong's missing testicle'.

Armstrong, who created the Livestrong Foundation in 1997 to help cancer sufferers, tweeted an image of the card, with the message: "Just another night of playing Cards Against Humanity..."

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