Vi­a­gra men need wife’s per­mis­sion

‘HE PUT HIS HAND

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A NEW law is set to be in­tro­duced, forc­ing men who want Vi­a­gra to get PER­MIS­SION from their WIFE.

Mary Lou Marzian has in­tro­duced a bill that would force men who want to use erec­tile dys­func­tion drugs to jump through a se­ries of hoops be­fore­hand – such as vis­it­ing a doc twice and get­ting notes from their spouses.

The con­gress­woman from Louisville, Ken­tucky, said: “I want to pro­tect th­ese men from them­selves. This is about fam­ily val­ues.”

Her bill would also re­quire that some­one seek­ing Vi­a­gra, Cialis, Le­vi­tra or Avanafil “make a sworn state­ment with his hand on a Bi­ble that he will only use a pre­scrip­tion for a drug for erec­tile dys­func­tion when hav­ing sex­ual re­la­tions with his spouse.” THE pros­e­cu­tion said just 30 sec­onds ear­lier he re­ceived a pic­ture from girl­friend Stacey Floun­ders of their new baby daugh­ter THE teenager ear­lier broke down as she ex­plained to a jury how she tried to pro­tect John­son from los­ing ev­ery­thing af­ter she had a sex­ual en­counter with the Eng­land player in his car.

The girl, now 16, sobbed as she was ac­cused of ly­ing about the in­ci­dent in the for­mer Black Cats winger’s Range Rover on Jan­uary 30 last year.

The jury was played two video record­ings of po­lice in­ter­view­ing the girl about what hap­pened to her and how it be­gan.

In the first, the girl ex­plained how she first met up with John­son – who she said she idolised – on Jan­uary 17 last year and he signed two Sun­der­land shirts for her.

She de­scribed how John­son ex­changed What­sApp mes­sages with her af­ter their first meet­ing, say­ing “you owe me for this” and “am I go­ing to get a thank-you kiss?”.

The teenager said that at the se­cond meet­ing John­son said to her: “I’ve come for my thank-you kiss.”

She said they started kiss­ing and then: “He un­did the but­ton on my trousers. It took him a while to do that.

“He got his hand down my trousers.

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