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'Toe-curling pleasure?' Not quite, man says

Nut001 A West Palm Beach sex-drug manufacturer is being sued by a New Jersey lawyer who claims he spent $106 on Vazopren capsules and they didn't live up to the company's promises.

The lawsuit, a copy of which is posted here by Courthouse News Service, alleges Nutrasci Inc. advertised that its pills would create the "ultimate sexual experience," provide its customers with 36 hours of "toe-curling pleasure" and give them the ability to "please their parteners [sic] 2, 3 and even 4 times in a night."

But pro se attorney Harold Hoffman says not exactly.

"Vazopren does not, and lacks capacity to, induce the results promised, advertised and represented," the lawsuit states.


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This goes on to prove, once again and not for the last time, that P. T. Barnum was right, and that, indeed, a sucker is born every minute.

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