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‘Toe-Curling Pleasure,’ My Foot, Class Says

HACKENSACK (CN) - An attorney-plaintiff has brought an action against Florida drugmaker Nutrasci defrauds customers by promising that its sex drug Vazopren "provides up to 36 hours of 'toe curling pleasure'" and is "the 'final solution'" for men who "will always be 'up for the challenge.'"

Pro se plaintiff Harold Hoffman, an attorney, filed a similar complaint against California-based Advantis Nutraceuticals for its Herotabs drug.

Hoffman says Vazopren doesn't work, and he spent $106 on the stuff.

He says he paid $60 for Herotabs and they don't work either.

Hoffman sued both companies in Bergen County Court.

Nutrasci is based in West Palm Beach, Advantis in Studio City, according to the complaints.

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