Thursday, 11 February 2010
ADVERT FOR SEX PILLS BANNED AFTER MAN REMAINS FLACCID!
An advertisement for tablets that guaranteed "the sex life of your dreams" has been banned after a man complained that it didn't work and demanded his money back.
The manufacturers of Nytric EFX claimed to offer a 100% no-quibble money-back guarantee. The Nytric EFX advert stated that the pills - which cost £16.95 for 60 - would make you last longer in bed and would let you have sexual intercourse "over and over again". The makers, Stirling Health Ltd, promised: "Just two of these amazing aphrodisiac pills a day, will give much better and longer lasting erections and lovemaking, with more orgasms and a lot more enjoyment.
That's nothing. Someone once told me OYSTERS were an aphrodisiac and I had six and only four of them worked and that's been in a year and a half!