Viagra stolen from MoD - but what was it used for?

Nearly £6,000 worth of Viagra has been stolen from the Ministry of Defence since 2007.

The anti-impotence drug was among a list of items stolen from the MoD over the last few years, which also includes bayonets, thousands of rounds of ammunition, televisions, a karaoke rig and an industrial washing machine.

The department has hastily pointed out that it used the Viagra to treat altitude sickness.

The MoD hasn’t said whether the thieves were caught, but people on Twitter have been calling for “stiff sentences”.

LondonlovesBusiness.com wonders if the British public should be on the lookout for the hardened criminals.

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