A 22-year-old male presented with a palpable tumour near the lower pole of the testicle. An ultrasound scan showed an 8 × 10 × 13 mm lesion which on the basis of which malignancy was suspected. An intratesticular cyst was excised. Frozen section microscopy revealed no malignancy. The tunica albuginea was closed and the postoperative course was uneventful. Histological examination showed an epithelial inclusion cyst. Such cysts are rare without cutaneous involvement. Less than 1% of all testicular tumours are inclusion cysts. Later malignant transformation has never been reported.