HAUL: The Viagra seized by police as a British man was arrested

A BRITISH man has been arrested and 30 others investigated as police in Mallorca bust a huge dodgy Viagra supply chain.

Guardia Civil agents seized 2,500 doses of prohibited sexual enhancement drugs following a raid of 50 establishments on the Balearic island.

Those involved are accused of ‘crimes against public health’ after police seized 15 toilet vending machines used to sell the sexual performance enhancer.

The drug haul was seized as part of Operation Foxtier and focused on the towns of Calvia and Palmanova, near British party hotspot Magaluf.

PILLS: The Maxx Blue sexual performance enhancers taken by the Guardia Civil

Pills seized by police are a natural substitute for Viagra, labelled with exciting names, like ‘Boner Gold’ and ‘Maxx Blue’ that police video shows were to be sold for €5 a pill.

On the packet of ‘Maxx Blue’ in police footage, ‘Wolfberry extract’ (also known as Goji berry) can be seen listed as one of the ingredients.

Boxes in the police images appear to show the logo of sexual products company Naughty Originals, who also sell dildos, furry handcuffs and ‘flashing LED boobie lights’.

Their website lists a product called ‘Maxx Blue’, a sexual performance enhancer, which appears identical to that shown in the video.

HARD: The ‘Boner Gold’ Viagra seized by police on the Balearic island

According to Companies House, the adult firm, founded in 1998, is based in Central London near Russell Square and its director is David Wills.

Despite its apparent involvement in the Viagra delivery, Naughty Originals was previously categorised as dormant, a company that has had ‘no ‘significant’ transactions in the financial year’.

Its last balance sheet in 2016 showed net assets of just £100.

The substances seized by police are banned by the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS).

The drugs contain the same active ingredient as Viagra, ‘sildenafil’, which is not approved by AEMPS for sale to the public.

Cops also seized over €2,000 in cash, as well as documents, which implement other establishments in Mallorca.

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