Andy Samberg will never go full-frontal because he doesn't want his manhood on the internet forever.

The 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star is keen to protect his modesty during his career because he doesn't want to be talked about for having his member on the web, despite once nearly baring all on 'Saturday Night Live'.

He told Playboy Magazine: ''I don't think I'd ever do it, because of the internet.

''Once you show your d**k, that's the first image that comes up on Google for the rest of your life. I don't want my d**k on the internet.''

The 37-year-old comedian once starred in a ''d**k in the box'' sketch with Justin Timberlake on 'Saturday Night Live' in which the pair acted out a parody of receiving the perfect Christmas present.

He also nearly went full frontal for his 'SNL' audition, which worked out well for the star.

Andy recalled: ''I went to the flea market and bought this ridiculous pair of super-short Adidas 1980s

jogging shorts.

''I was hanging out with Liz [Cackowski], who already worked at 'SNL', so I showed her the shorts and we came up with this bit about an out-of-breath jogger making random references to events from 1982.

''It made us laugh, so for the audition I put the shorts on underneath my pants, and in the last part of my audition, I took off my pants to reveal these crazy-tight shorts.

''['SNL creator] Lorne Michaels says that was the moment he decided to hire me.''

And Andy admits he never likes to look at online comments anymore after once doing so following a 'SNL' episode.

He added: ''In my third or fourth year at 'SNL', I made the mistake of looking [at the comments].

''There was some awful s**t, things that made me think, 'You're the only one everyone hates.'

''I read one that basically said, 'He should f***ing kill himself so he can't procreate.' That was so harsh that I actually found it funny.''