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Town in Ireland counts the blessings of hosting local Viagra manufacturing plant – Residents claim fumes from factory leave long lasting effect on menfolk

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“Viagra in the air”  –  fact or fiction? Drug manufacturer alleged to be sending out EDS countering fumes to host community
Locals confirm, while manufacturer disputes, proximity of Viagra factory in Irish town leaves the townsmen constantly excited 
Residents of the village of Ringaskiddy in County Cork, claim the fumes from the local Pfizer factory are arousing their menfolk
The factory has long produced the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra in Ringaskiddy, aka ‘Viagra Falls’
Former female factory employee and ex-town resident convinced “Viagra must have got into the [local] water supply, at the very beginning before they [manufacturer],  were so closely regulated”
Pets are not left out as even dogs ‘walk around in a state of sexual excitement’
Ringaskiddy, the village in County Cork, aka Viagra Falls.pngRingaskiddy, aka ‘Viagra Falls’  is a village in County Cork, Ireland where pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has been manufacturing Viagra since the 1980s

Residents of the village of Ringaskiddy in County Cork claim the fumes from the local Pfizer factory, which has long produced the erectile dysfunction drug, are arousing their menfolk, the Sunday Times reports.
EDS is not considered a bane in this small Irish village where the impotency drug is manufactured revels in its reputation for a vigorous sex life.
So far, the men are not complaining, locals allegedly joked that men in the area do not have any ‘problems in that department’, while social media users have said they want to take their honeymoons in the Irish village.
“One whiff and you’re stiff,” local bartender Debbie O’Grady told the paper.
The stimulating vapors are even affecting man’s best friend, they say.
“Even the dogs here have been known to walk around in a state of sexual excitement,” Fiona Toomey, a former town resident and employee at the Pfizer plant told the Times.
Toomey, 37, who was visiting her hometown after a move to Albany, NY said: “I think that Viagra must have got into the water supply,” added Toomey.
“I’m convinced that’s what happened at the very beginning before they were so closely regulated.”

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Hard outcome for neighbors of Ireland’s factory that manufactures the powerful blue pill, Viagra

Some residents also claim the village experienced a baby boom after Viagra production began at the local factory around 1998, according to the report.
But the company claimed that the “Viagra in the air” tale is nothing but a myth.
“Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated,” a Pfizer spokeswoman told the paper.
Ringaskiddy is the inspiration for the comedy film “Holy Water” — about the theft of a Viagra truck. With police on their tail, the robbers dump the Viagra into a well, turning the village sex-crazy, according to the report.
“I wouldn’t say that’s how we are exactly,” Sadie told the paper. “We’re just happy.”
The manufacture has countered telling the newspaper: “Our manufacturing processes have always been highly sophisticated as well as highly regulated.”
Viagra is so far the only erectile dysfunction medicine to be reclassified from “prescription only medicine” to “pharmacy” status in Britain. The drug will be available in UK pharmacies from spring 2018.

Pfizer factory inCounty Cork, Ireland.jpgPfizer factory in County Cork, Ireland – Accused of sending out EDS countering fumes to the community

Residents of Ringaskiddy chuckled at the news that Viagra will soon be made available over the counter in the UK, noting they’ve never had to pay a cent.
“We’ve been getting the love fumes for years now for free,” Debbie O’Grady’s mother, Sadie, told the Sunday Times. Incidentally the town is said to have experienced a baby boom after the production of Viagra commenced, in the late ’80s.
“It’s amazing the number of people who come to this village, perhaps out of curiosity, and then never leave,” she added. “They settle down here. As they say, there’s something in the air — not that we need it, of course. But for some fellas with problems in that department, it can be a blessing.”

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