A 73-year-old previously healthy man presented with a history of right sided painless scrotal lump of two-month duration. As there was clinical and radiological suspicion of malignancy he underwent right sided orchiectomy. Macroscopy revealed a solid tan testicular mass with another similar mass proximal to the resection margin of the spermatic cord. Both masses revealed similar histology of a high-grade sarcoma favouring a primary osteosarcoma. Primary testicular sarcomas are rare of which intra testicular osteocarcomas are extremely rare as reported here in.