14 December 2006

Mysterious Outbreak of MacStiffy

And I'm guessing cigarette sales were up too...

Smokers in Glasgow who sought medical help while trying to kick the habit were accidentally prescribed Viagra instead of an anti-smoking drug. The blunder was caused by a technical problem with a computer system that automatically selects a list of drugs when GPs fill out a prescription.

One Glasgow doctor said yesterday: "Thankfully the side effects of taking Viagra in error are not too serious."

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Anonymous said...

Probably better than getting a stiffy becaus of thistles up your kilt.

just another reason why they should not independant

Neo Conservative said...

whoa, buddy... only take as much as you need, not as much as you want.