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Man selling homemade aphrodisiac arrested
Thu, Jan 14, 2010
The China Post/Asia News Network

TAICHUNG, Taiwan - Taichung Police yesterday apprehended a man who, in an unusual sales gimmick, allegedly gave away phone numbers of pretty women to buyers of homemade aphrodisiac, local media reported.

The 24-year-old suspect, surnamed Liu, who had only completed a middle school education, was believed to have blended prescription medication Ketamine with sleeping aids to create pills which he promised would induce euphoric and aphrodisiac effects in women, said a China Times report.

Police were cited as saying that Liu had been selling his multi-drug cocktails over chat platforms on the Internet, even going so far as to hand out phone numbers of pretty women to help entice prospective customers.

According to transaction records, there had been purchases made by four male buyers, all of whom told authorities that the drugs were bought for wives or girlfriends to increase their sex drive or enhance sexual performance, police said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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