Nearly £6,000 worth of Viagra was stolen from the British Ministry of Defence in the past seven years, according to official figures released by the British government.

According to figures published today by the UK Ministry of Defence, since 2007, thieves have stolen items of a total worth of £7 million (€8,5m), including £6,000 (€7,280) worth of Viagra, from its military reserves. The anti-impotence pill is also used for conditions such as low blood pressure and altitude sickness.

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