Man sues CVS after wife discovers Viagra prescription

New York Post | He was supposed to get a lift from his little blue pills, but a Long Island man instead was left feeling small and deflated after a loose-lipped pharmacist blabbed about his Viagra to his wife, a lawsuit claims.

Michael Feinberg brought a prescription for Viagra into the Merrick Road CVS with specific instructions: he’d pay for the medicine himself.

After explaining to a CVS employee that the Viagra was not to be put through his insurance, Feinberg left.

But a few days later, all hell broke loose when his wife called the pharmacy to check on one of her own prescriptions, and a chatty worker began talking about Feinberg’s blue bombers.

Now, Feinberg says, his “marriage has broken down.”

Feinberg calls his wife a “third-party” who had no right to know about the drug.

He’s accusing CVS of negligence and seeking unspecified damages for what he describes as “genuine, severe mental injury and emotional harm.” Read the full story at NYPost. 

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