Here's another story from my scrapbook concerning the little town of Ringaskiddy on Ireland's south coast, and home to the local Viagra factory, the fumes from which are reported to have sent the locals sex crazy.
"One sniff and they're stiff," one wife smiled.
The plant makes something called sildenafil citrate, which just happens to be the active ingredient in Viagra.
In three local pubs, regulars ages 18 to 80 bragged about their capacity for loving, rather than supping Guinness.
A spokesman for the company said, "As far as we are concerned there isn't any Viagra dust in the air."
But the locals swear something is escaping from the plant. The local infant population, they say, has soared.
Plant officials say emissions are strictly controlled by Irish environmental laws. No chance of a leak.
I think they're perhaps taking too hard a stance.