Wife complains to police after husband, 64, finds ‘natural Viagra’ that makes him have sex SEVEN times a day

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An exhausted wife complained to police after her 64-year-old husband found a ‘natural Viagra’ that was helping to have sex SEVEN times a day.

The 43-year-old woman went to the police station on February 10 to complain about her libidinous husband in Chachoengsao province, Thailand.

Footage shows the emotional woman talking about her ordeal at the police station while being interviewed.

The unidentified wife said that at first, she enjoyed the attention being given to her by her partner, as they had gone for years without any action.

However, the man’s high sex drive had started to wear her out as she was being dragged into the bedroom by her lustful husband several times a day.

She claimed that the partner’s sexual behaviour started when he discovered that drinking fresh coconut water could help with boosting his libido.

Now, the woman said that her husband appeared to be addicted to the juice from a local stall and wouldn’t stop asking her to make love everyday.

She said: ‘Finishing two rounds is not enough for him. If he is still not satisfied, he wants to go again three or four more times right after.

‘Even after doing it several times in the day, he would also ask me to do it again before bedtime.’

The wife was consoled by the police officers and later returned home to see if she could fix the problem with her husband by talking. Officers told her it was a domestic problem that they should sort out between themselves.

After the couple’s story made news, people starting queueing up at the same coconut stand to buy the juice, amid claims it was a type of miracle natural Viagra.

Wandee Paoponpreuk, 43, the coconut seller, said some customers would drink four full coconuts in front of her shop after hearing the news.

She said: ‘There are customers who will come in and drink four coconuts right in front of the shop because they wanted to know if it would cause them to be fit like the 64-year-old uncle.’

Wandee added that coconut juice is affordable because they are mostly grown in local gardens and sold at 20 Baht (around 50 pence) a coconut.

Doctor Kampanant Pornyokrai from the local hospital said that drinking coconut water could boost testosterone resulting in increased sexual desire in men, but more research is needed to prove its efficiency.

She said: ‘There still has to be more research done on this matter before we can say its effects, but it can boost testosterone, a male hormone.’