Please Note: Bull-Breeding Stimulant is Not a Viagra Substitute

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Please Note: Bull-Breeding Stimulant is Not a Viagra Substitute

Man Admitted to Hospital Seeking Treatment for Three-Day Erection

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A man in Mexico was hospitalized this week after he ingested a sexual stimulant used for breeding bulls instead of traditional Viagra.

What an idiot. You're only supposed to take a half dose.

The consequence of his actions: a three-day erection that wouldn't quit!

Editor's Note: Toro! Toro!

The man checked himself into a hospital in Reynosa at the U.S.-Mexico border where he underwent an operation to alleviate the erection.

Point to Ponder: What kind of 'medical procedure' relieves an erection? The surgeons could have saved themselves the time and effort by giving the man a bootleg copy of Gene Simmons' sex tape. One viewing of that and he'll be flacid for life.

The man told doctors he took the “Viagra for bulls” because he planned to have a successful sexual encounter with a 30-year-old woman.

Fun Fact: Medical News Today has an extensive article that lists seven ways to stop an erection. Interestingly enough, none of them involve having sex. 

Hammer and Nigel have the full story in today's edition of "Is This Anything?"

Hey, speaking of sex, you wanna hear what tortoises sound like when they're doing the deed? The guys have the exclusive audio in the clip below.

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