Manhattan man sues over unwanted Boost

prod_image_boostplus_154-159.jpgA man has sued the maker of the health drink Boost Plus, claiming the vitamin-enriched beverage gave him an erection that would not subside and caused him to be hospitalized.

The lawsuit filed by Christopher Woods, of Manhattan, said he bought the nutrition beverage, which is made by the Novartis pharmaceutical company, at a drugstore on June 5, 2004, and drank it.

Woods’ court papers say he woke up the next morning “with an erection that would not subside” and sought treatment of the condition, called severe priapism. Woods, 29, underwent surgery for implantation of a Winter shunt, which moves blood from one area to another.

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Sounds like he had a hard time with this one.

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2 Responses to Manhattan man sues over unwanted Boost

  1. darren says:

    Good luck making it stand up in court…wait, that didn’t come out

  2. Doug says:

    Did anyone notice the man’s last name? Woods?

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