Saturday, 10 July 2010
HARLEY ST CLINIC CHARGED £3K FOR NASAL SPRAY TO CURE HARD-ON PROBLEM!
A Harley Street clinic allegedly selling a fake £3,000 “cure” for impotence has closed after an operation by trading standards officers.
Westminster council received more than 100 complaints about AMI Clinic Ltd from people who said they were mis-sold a treatment for erectile dysfunction. They claimed staff gave an overly aggressive “sales pitch”, misled them on price and promised a “money back guarantee” which was later refused.
Each had an initial consultation by a “doctor” involving no physical examination. They were simply asked to fill in a questionnaire, which was followed by a brief discussion. All were prescribed a nasal spray for their claimed problem.
How do you give a 'money back guarantee' to someone who can't get a hard-on. Does the bloke have to get stiff and run round the clinic sharpish to SHOW IT TO THEM or what happens if by the time he gets there he has become FLACCID, does he THEN GET HIS MONEY BACK? A FASCINATING SUBJECT for us STUDS!