Amidst NK Turmoil China Has Gone Viral Over The Heart Shaped Boob Challenge! – NSFW Video


In the midst of threats of WW3 being started over North Korea, the Heart-Shaped Boob challenge has gone viral on Chinese social media. Unlike the ice-bucket challenge or #freethenipple campaign, this one is not to raise awareness or to break any stereotypes about women.

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This challenge actually has a purpose that is equally bizarre as the challenge itself: It is about testing if your breasts are big enough to be squished into a heart shape or if your nipples are small enough to be hidden with your hand. Basically, it’s all about flaunting them jugs to the world.

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Reports say the challenge was started by a woman called Ayi Xi Tai Lu, who showed off the trick on a livestream session and inspired the others to follow suit. And now, the Internet is flooded with pictures of women’s breasts being molded into a heart shape, and painfully so.

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For the ‘Heart Symbol Boob challenge’ (桃心胸挑战), female netizens try to make a heart shape out of their breasts. The latest challenge is a risky one, because “obscene” (yinhui) or “pornographic” (seqing) images are officially not allowed on Chinese social media. Many of the images posted by netizens have already been removed.

 

It may seem ridiculous, but if it’s something that boosts confidence of women, they might as well go ahead. I have no problem with rating your attempts! Send pics!

 

Of course, some guy always has to try to get into the act…

 

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‘In 1971, Muslims murdered 2.4 million Hindus and raped 200,000 Hindu women’


Will the Muslim violence against the Indian people, and the contamination of barbaric Islamic ideals blended into their culture, ever end? The Israeli’s and Hindus are the largest victims of perpetual Islamic invasions and violence lasting for more than 1,000 years.

 

Muhammad Ali Jinna, a member of the Indian National Congress and later of the All-India Muslim League (a Khilafat movement that also germinated the Palestine conflict), demanded a two-state partition, creating the Lahore Resolution, which formed the separate creation of Pakistan taken from India.

 

This partition of people created a domin effect of other tensions and problems spreading from Khalistan to Bangladesh, to Kashmir, to Balochistan and to continued terrorism and tension existing even today.

 

The British tried to discourage Muhammad Ali Jinna against rallying for the partition and warned against it many times, which ended in riots, mass exodus, clashes and deaths of millions. The article covers a poorly exposed incident of Muslim massacres of Hindus that we never hear about. It’s a pity the article forms a common Hindu anti-Western mindset, and fails to acknowledge any attention to the simple fact that Britain saved India from Muslim rule.

 

India would be bending to Mecca today had it not been for the clever rulers of South India who formed an alliance with Britain for exclusive trade agreements which developed into British rule and the expulsion of Muslim rule and Sharia law.

 

In the wake of renewed violence against Hindus in Pakistan, and with more than 100 Hindu families seeking asylum in India, Director of the Canadian Hindu Advocacy group spoke toPeople of Shambhala. Mr. Banerjee talks about the background to the conflict, and why Pakistan was created in 1947. Why the West should include Hinduism, not just the “Judeo-Christian” tradition. And he also discusses Islam and violence against Hindus and the West, and how we can defend our values and freedoms.

 

PoS: At the moment about 100 Hindu families are seeking asylum in India, from Pakistan, and are claiming discrimination and violence. There were four doctors murdered on the first day of Eid, and, I think, a Sikh was stabbed as well. Can you tell us a little about that situation?

 

RB: Sure. The situation is very natural. Most people don’t understand what Pakistan is. Pakistan is a country that was formed for the Muslims. India is a multi-ethnic country for everybody. So Pakistan was formed with the very idea that the only people that should be in Pakistan are Muslims. There is nothing strange about what’s going on in Pakistan today. It’s being going on for a long time.

 

At independence Pakistan’s population was about ten percent Hindu and Sikh. Now it’s less than one percent. So the question is where did that nine percent go? Well, they were either ethnically cleansed, driven away, or slaughtered in large numbers in the 1971 war between India and Pakistan. In East Pakistan an estimated 2.4 million Hindus were slaughtered in just one year, and hundreds of thousands of Hindu women were raped.

There is nothing surprising about any of this because Islam was introduced into the Asian subcontinent with the objective of occupying and exterminating the Hindus. According to the historian William Durant, and other historians, an estimated 80 million Hindus were killed, were slaughtered, and thousands and thousands of Hindu temples were smashed, and mosques were built on top of them. The Muslims of India tried very hard over the period of their 700 years [of occupation] to wipe out the Hindus. But there was resistance from some of the Hindu kingdoms. They never had full control over India so they were unable to achieve that goal. But that’s the eternal goal. According to Islam, Hinduism is the lowest form of life on the planet. Because Hindus, according to them, they’re polytheistic, they believe in multiple gods. They believe we worship idols, and idol worship is a sin in Islam.  

PoS: One thing that has struck me is just the extent of the attacks on Hindus, Buddhists, Yezidis, Zoroastrians, Kalash. Yet we don’t hear anything about this. You mentioned the war of 71; 2.4 million dead, 200,000 Hindu women raped, but we don’t hear anything about that in the West.

 

PoS: In all fairness, some Middle Eastern newspapers that probably cater mostly to Muslims have covered some of it, but you don’t seem to find it in the West, which is even more incredible. Why do you think Western journalists won’t cover something like that? The West always portrays itself as caring about minorities and being the people that always stand up to stop genocide, and that are always campaigning against violence against minorities. But nothing.

 

RB: This may offend you a little bit.

 

PoS: It won’t [laughs].

 

RB: It probably will [laughs]. But, it’s because the West have been hypocrites.

 

PoS: Yeah.

 

RB: If you look at Britain, for example, when they went to India they did not stop genocide or massacres, they expedited them. They actually supported the Muslims against the Hindus, helped them to perpetrate massacres. In terms of the establishment of the state of Pakistan, if you read people like William Dalrymple, a British historian, it becomes quite clear that the British encouraged the creation of Pakistan in order to divide the [anti-colonial] independence movement. [*Dalrymple’s theories are inaccurate and merely theories. The Britain discouraged against the partition of India, but the decision was created by Indian-Muslim voters themselves spearheaded by Muhammad Ali Jinna]

 

PoS: Do you think there is still a kind of colonial residue in the atmosphere. Do you think there is some kind of patronizing attitude in the media? Is that why we don’t see atrocities reported?

 

I’ve heard this question before. That it’s a form of racism that they don’t condemn Muslims for their human rights violations is because they are non-Western and [therefore] they are expected to be barbaric. There might be some of that, but these days it’s rather more a culture of fear. I mean, if you publish a cartoon of Mohammed, even if you’re in the West, you get threatened, and you possibly get killed, and you have riots going on. So now it’s more of a culture of fear.

 

PoS: On that note, Subramanian Swamy, the Hindu professor at Harvard, was fired because he wrote an article on how to wipe out Islamic terror [in India]. I read it. I didn’t find it shocking… I suppose [at the most controversial point] he’s saying that non-Hindus would have to appreciate their Hindu roots or they wouldn’t be allowed to vote. What was your take on his article and on his being fired?

 

RB: The article was a hundred percent correct. He did not say – as has been claimed – that all non-Hindus should be forced to convert to Hinduism or anything like that. He didn’t even say that non-Hindus should be oppressed or treated badly within India. He just said they should have a respect for Hinduism, and that they should acknowledge the proper history, especially the history of the Muslims in India. There was no such thing as Islam in India before about 1,000 AD. Muslims invaded and forcibly converted millions of Hindus to Islam. That’s just a historical fact. And that they should acknowledge that historical fact.

 

PoS: Why is it when it comes to Islam, we don’t stick for minorities? We don’t stick up for women’s rights? We don’t stick up for gay rights? All the things that we would stand up for at any other time.

 

RB: It’s a combination of different things. Political correctness is part of it, but it’s not the whole explanation. It’s more a simple combination of fear and bribery. In many cases it’s just the money and influence pouring in from the Middle East demanding that no negative aspects of Islam be spoken about. It’s the carrot and the stick, the carrot being the money being the money flowing in from petrodollars, and the stick being [the fear of] rioting and beheading over a cartoon or any slight to Islam.

 

PoS: In 2008, there was the Mumbai attacks. A couple of things about that were striking. One thing was the way the Western media covered it. If memory serves me correctly – and I think it does – it was implied that the attacks in Mumbai were against essentially Western targets, such as the Taj Mahal Hotel. Do you think they were going after Western targets or do you think there was another incentive?

 

RB: Well, most of the people that were killed were Hindus. So, I wouldn’t call them Western targets… again it’s the stupidity of the West, reporting it in this way… It’s not necessarily the case that they [the terrorists] were trying to kill as many White people, or White tourists, as possible. They just wanted to attack the most visible, or the wealthiest, or the most high profile, targets. Those aren’t Western targets. The only target that they went out of their way to attack that was not related to Hinduism was the synagogue, the Jewish target.

 

 

PoS: You probably follow what is going on in Europe, where we hear a lot of calls for sharia. And some people are trying to defend liberal democracy, but they don’t always seem to know what they’re defending. You believe that Hindu values and the values of liberal democracy and modernity are the same. Can you tell me what those would be?

 

RB: The one mistake that Westerners all make – including conservatives – is that they define Western values and the values of liberal democracy strictly as Judeo-Christian. And I don’t think that’s the case. I believe Hindu values have to be included in that as well because India is the world’s largest democracy and it’s 80 percent Hindu, so how can it just be Judeo-Christian. Most people will tell you that it [democracy] comes from the British, which is obnoxious and insulting and racist. I would think that you should want to give credit to the people of that country rather than to an invasive force a hundred years ago.

 

The values of democracy are more in tune with Hinduism than with many, many, many other faith traditions, because if you look at Hinduism there was an openness – the ability of people within Hinduism to have different gods, multiple deities, and to worship as they please… The ability to allow this freedom, to worship as one pleased without being excommunicated or called a heretic, that’s one of the factors that makes Hinduism a more democratic religion than many others.

 

When people say that the West is a result of Judeo-Christian civilization, it’s also a combination of that and Socrates, Aristotle, and others, and they were in pre-Christian times, and they were not Jewish either. They were part of a faith that was somewhat similar to Hinduism in the sense that it had multiple gods. I think, on the one hand, it’s difficult because, it [the conception of democracy and the West] has to be more inclusive; it can’t be just Judeo-Christian. You’ve got to embrace some of those other traditions as well. On the other hand let’s not start saying Islam had something to do with it as well; [because] no it didn’t.

 

PoS: Are there historical links between the ancient Greeks and Hinduism?

 

RB: I’m not a historian, so I’m not a hundred percent certain, but some of the words and names… Sanskrit is the original Indo-European language… so there are some similarities between ancient Greek and Sanskrit.

 

PoS: Yes, that’s from Indo-European. Proto-Indo-European is the root of many European languages and Indian as well. And some of the ancient Greeks were influenced by Buddhism(1) as well, so there must be some links [to Hinduism].(2)

 

RB: Yeah, yeah, I understand there were. There must be some linkages.

 

PoS: That would be pretty interesting [to research into]. Sort of on that note, today we have a lot of Christian groups that embrace interfaith dialogue with Islam, and they have imams up on stage, and it’s all very lovey-dovey. Yet they react hysterically to New Age spirituality – which is a very pacifistic form of spirituality – but they are extraordinary hysterical about that and think it’s all Satan. It strikes me, whether you like it or not, New Ageism is a big part of Western culture and has been for some time. They’re obviously frightened by it, and think it’s going to destroy civilization. But, I don’t know if you know this, but Hindu nationalism and Buddhist nationalism [and anti-colonialism] were partly revived – or were encouraged to be revived – through a couple of Western proto-New Age people of the Theosophical Society.(3)

 

RB: Yes, I heard about that… the Theosophical Society in Calcutta.

 

PoS: Related to that, do you think we should be forming alliances between Hindus, and people who practice Yoga, and spiritual people, and then Christians and Jews and Zoroastrians?

 

RB: Yes, I think Hinduism, and Buddhism, and Zoroastrianism, are a better fit for Western democracy and liberalism than Islam. I think maybe why some Christians feel kinship with Islam is that – for example, with the Inquisition – Christianity has behaved more like Islam than the peaceful, tolerant, Hindus and the Buddhists…[*this is a lack of historic accuracy. Christian history is filled with battles against Islamic invasions and barbarity]. I think you need a combination of tolerance and as strength. You shouldn’t tolerate the intolerant.

 

PoS: No.

 

RB: Maybe if you could meld together the toughness of Christianity with some of the tolerance of Hinduism and Buddhism, and form an alliance, you may be able to get the elusive Holy Grail that everyone seems to be looking for, which is how to be strong enough to deter [political] Islam, while not sacrificing our values and principles of liberalism and human rights and democracy.

 

Source: The Muslim Issue

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Notes:

(1) For those interested in the fusion of ancient Greek and Buddhist culture see:

The Buddhist Channel: Gandhara artist’s lasting contribution to Greco-Buddhist art;

Wikipedia: Greco-Buddhism;

UNESCO: images of Greco-Buddhist art;

(2) For those interested in the historical links between ancient Greece and India, seeFordham University: Greek Reports of India & Aryavarta;

Author Thomas McEvilley on Ancient Greek and Indian philosophy .

Hindu Wisdom: India and Greece;

Wikipedia: Indo-Greeks;

(3) For more information of the Theosophical Society and its relationship to Hindu and Buddhist anti-colonialism see:

Imperial encounters: religion and modernity in India and Britain by Peter van der Veer [Google Books].

BlavatskyNeet: Blavatsky and Buddhism.

Hindu nationalism: origins, ideologies and modern myths by Chetan Bhatt [Google Books].

Russian Contortionist Zlata Shows Off Her Amazing Talents! 


 

RUSSIAN contortionist Zlata – dubbed the bendiest woman in the world –has released her latest calendar.

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Latex lady … Kinky blonde does standing splits NikitZo / Barcroft Media

 

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Silky skills … Zlata shows off her gifts in black stockings NikitZo / Barcroft Media

The 5ft 8inch former gymnast, who now lives in Germany, can twist her body into mindblowing shapes.Zlata was especially keen to show off her unique gift this year because of her recent split with her hubby – hoping to ‘emphasise her talents’ with her most recent collection of incredible snaps for 2016.

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Superwoman … Zlata NikitZo / Barcroft Media

The latest kinky calendar – titled ‘Beauty Embodied in Flexibility’ – shows her in a variety of raunchy poses, decked out in leather and lingerie.The bendy beauty has broken several Guinness World Records, including “the most beer bottles opened with feet in one minute while standing on elbows” and can even cram herself into a tiny 50cm box.

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Zlata, whose real name is Julia Guenthel, spends most of her time training and travels around the world performing, including in Europe, India and Hong Kong.

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My back’s in knots! … Zlata relaxing in bed in not-so-comfortable looking pose NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Bendy beauty … Zlata in her latex lingerie NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Solid gold … new calendar is bound to be a hit with her fans NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Bending over backwards … contortionist is so eager to show off her skills NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Bendy blonde Zlata has a rare condition that makes her so flexible NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Twist and pout … Zlata shows off skills NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Human candy cane … bending backwards NikitZo / Barcroft Media
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Twinkle toes … ballerina shot shows incredible flexibility NikitZo / Barcroft Media
By TOM MICHAEL

Source: Russian contortionist Zlata releases new calender for 2016 | The Sun |Features

NASA Investigated Kansas Skies at Night to Study Strange Phenomenon 


 

NASA joined a multi-agency field campaign studying summer storm systems in the U.S. Great Plains to find out why they often form after the sun goes down instead of during the heat of the day.

The Plains Elevated Convection at Night, or PECAN, project took place from June 1 and continued through July 15. Participants from eight research laboratories and 14 universities collected storm data to find out how and why they form.

“We’re hoping to collect measurements that will be used to characterize the atmosphere ahead of these storms,” said Richard Ferrare, senior research scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division at NASA’s Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia. “If we can map the water vapor that goes into these storms, we’ll be able to improve computer models that represent these conditions and better predict the storms.”

“We’re hoping to collect measurements that will be used to characterize the atmosphere ahead of these storms,” said Richard Ferrare, senior research scientist in the Atmospheric Sciences Division at NASA’s Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia. “If we can map the water vapor that goes into these storms, we’ll be able to improve computer models that represent these conditions and better predict the storms.”

The NASA DC-8 and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) P-3 Orion research aircraft supporting the PECAN mission was temporarily based at the Salina Regional Airport.

Unlike other parts of the United States, summer thunderstorms across the Great Plains are most common after sunset. Much of the rain comes from medium-size weather systems and resulting thunderstorms known as mesoscale convective systems. These nighttime storms can produce heavy rainfall that contributes a significant portion of the yearly precipitation in the region.

Scientists understand that thunderstorms that form during the day result from a vertical “convective” circulation driven by rising warm air from the heated Earth’s surface and falling air cooled at higher altitudes in the atmosphere. Less well understood are the mechanisms that cause thunderstorms after the sun has gone down and the land surface has cooled.

The DC-8 carries atmospheric science instruments and investigators from Langley; NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California; and several universities and research labs. NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, provided a ground-based Doppler radar system.

PECAN is funded by the National Science Foundation with additional support from NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, and the Department of Energy.

In addition to the NASA and NOAA aircraft, researchers will receive data from a University of Wyoming King Air plane, ground-based instruments, weather balloons and mobile radars. Storm information will continue to be gathered from multiple agency ground and air instruments across northern Oklahoma, central Kansas, and south-central Nebraska through July.

The DC-8 is based at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Facility in Palmdale, California, and supports NASA’s Airborne Science Program under the Science Mission Directorate. The extended range, prolonged flight-duration capability, large payload capacity, and laboratory environment of the DC-8 make it one of the premier aircraft available for NASA Earth science investigations.

Check out the pilot’s only visual references during one of these flights:

NASA researchers collect and study data from space, air, land and sea to tackle challenges facing the world today, including improved environmental prediction and natural hazard and climate change preparedness. NASA develops new ways to observe and study Earth’s interconnected natural systems with long-term data records. The agency freely shares this unique knowledge and works with institutions around the world to gain new insights into how our planet is changing.

Results should be analyzed and released by early 2016.

Steve Cole
Headquarters, Washington
202-358-0918
stephen.e.cole@nasa.gov

Chris Rink
Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va.
757-864-6786
chris.rink@nasa.gov

Source: NASA Jet Propulsion Labratory

Heidi Klum’s Incredible Jessica Rabbit Costume, and More From The Past!


She always goes out of her way to pull off a fabulous Halloween costume.

And this year was no different as Heidi Klum looked like a knockout as Jessica Rabbit for her annual costume bash held in New York City.

The 42-year-old Project Runway host got the look down with a fake chest and bottom that gave her an hourglass figure on steroids.

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Ravishing in red: She always goes out of her way to pull off a fabulous Halloween costume. And this year was no different as Heidi Klum looked like a knockout as Jessica Rabbit for her annual costume bash

Ravishing in red: She always goes out of her way to pull off a fabulous Halloween costume. And this year was no different as Heidi Klum looked like a knockout as Jessica Rabbit for her annual costume bash

Incredible: The 42-year-old Project Runway host got the look down with a fake chest and bottom that gave her an hourglass figure on steroids

Incredible: The 42-year-old Project Runway host got the look down with a fake chest and bottom that gave her an hourglass figure on steroids

She seemed comfortable in her new skin: The ex-wife of Seal pushed out her chest every chance she got

She seemed comfortable in her new skin: The ex-wife of Seal pushed out her chest every chance she got

Too good to be true: The mother of four's curves looked pretty real even though most of her figure was Latex
Too good to be true: The mother of four’s curves looked pretty real even though most of her figure was Latex

The model had spent days in a prosthetic lab to create her stunning look.

She dropped hints several times on social media that she was adding to her rail thin figure for her Halloween surprise.

Some people guessed on her Instagram account that she was going as Kim Kardashian or Amber Rose. But they were all wrong.

See the latest Halloween news and celebrity costumes 

Heidi Klum’s incredible Halloween Jessica Rabbit costume
The model had spent days in a prosthetic lab to create her stunning look. She dropped hints several times on social media that she was adding to her rail thin figure for her Halloween surprise.
The model had spent days in a prosthetic lab to create her stunning look. She dropped hints several times on social media that she was adding to her rail thin figure for her Halloween surprise.

She’s committed: The model had spent days in a prosthetic lab to create her stunning look. She dropped hints several times on social media that she was adding to her rail thin figure for her Halloween surprise

Posing up a storm: Heidi seemed to love her new curves as she sat this way and that way

Posing up a storm: Heidi seemed to love her new curves as she sat this way and that way

Let’s look back at some previous years…
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 31: Heidi Klum attends Heidi Klum's Halloween presented by Shutterfly at Marquee on October 31, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for Shutterfly)

NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 31: Heidi Klum attends Heidi Klum’s Halloween presented by Shutterfly at Marquee on October 31, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for Shutterfly)

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I love her version of David Byrne’s “Psychokiller!”

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U of C Student Arrested in Mac-and-Cheese Incident – {VIDEO} NSFW



STORRS, Conn. (AP) — A University of Connecticut student has gotten into a confrontation with a campus food court manager who wouldn’t let him buy macaroni and cheese with bacon and jalapeno peppers and has been arrested.

An obscenity-laced video shows 19-year-old freshman Luke Gatti arguing with and shoving the manager on Sunday.

Gatti had been trying to buy the mac and cheese at the university’s student union in Storrs. Police and the manager say he was refused service because he had an open alcohol container.

The 9-minute video shows Gatti being tackled by another employee, being arrested by police and spitting at the manager before being led away.

Gatti is from Bayville, New York. He’s charged with breach of peace and criminal trespass. He’s due in court Oct. 13. He hasn’t returned a phone call seeking comment.

WARNING: Video contains adult language.

 

Man who took 35 viagra pills in hour ends up getting five-day erection!


A MAN was taken to hospital after he took 35 Viagra in an hour which gave him a five-day erection.

Daniel Medforth, from Withernsea in East Yorkshire took the pills while at a friend’s house over the Bank Holiday weekend. The 36-year-old was taken ill and then later confessed to his wife what he had done.She then called an ambulance where he was taken for 36 hours to be examined by a medical professional.

He told The Sun: “I ended up feeling sick, dizzy and hallucinating, everything I saw was green.”I had a massive erection that would not go away. “After spending two days in hospital, Mr Medforth was later discharged and was forced to spend the rest of his time in bed.

He said: “‘It wasn’t a permanent erection but every time I brushed against something for five days it sprang into life and it was no use to me. ‘Fortunately my wife has forgiven me and I realise I have been very, very lucky.’He added that he was ‘very, very lucky’ as he realised Viagra could have more serious and often deadly side effects if not taken correctly.