This may be the first time that Viagra has HURT a marriage. Here's "Crappy News" for Wednesday, June 6th.

Richmond, VA- A man was arrested after stealing a tank from a military base.

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State Police were notified Tuesday that an armored vehicle had been taken from Fort Pickett, a National Guard installation about an hour away from Richmond. Officers pursued the tank for approximately 60 miles before the driver stopped.

The suspect, a National Guard Lieutenant, surrendered after being tased by police. The vehicle was not equipped with any weapons. Authorities are still investigating and charges are pending. [WTVR-TV]

Gainesville, FL- A man was arrested for huffing and driving.

33-year-old David Yates was found passed out in his car Sunday morning. Police say Yates slumped over the wheel with his engine running.

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Cops knocked on the window, and Yates briefly lifted his head before inhaling from a 10-ounce can of compressed air duster and nodding off again.

Police then BANGED on the window, and Yates woke up, took another hit from the canister and attempted to drive away. He swerved off the road, struck another vehicle, drove through someone's yard, crashed through a mailbox and hit a second car before finally coming to a stop.

Yates has been charged with leaving the scene, property damage, driving without a license, inhaling harmful chemicals and attempting to flee police. [News4Jax.com]

Long Island, NY- A man claims that a chatty pharmacist ruined his marriage.

Michael Feinberg wanted some help performing in the bedroom, so started taking Viagra...without telling his wife.

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And to make sure she didn't find out, he didn't use their insurance, so he was paying about $60 per pill at a local CVS pharmacy.

Well...a few days after he filled his prescription, his wife called that CVS to check on one of HER prescriptions. And the employee there mentioned her husband's Viagra. Now, Feinberg is suing the pharmacy, saying that his marriage has "broken down" because of his wife's newfound knowledge.

Feinberg claims CVS violated the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) by revealing confidential medical information without his permission. He's seeking unspecified damages for "severe mental injury and emotional harm." [New York Post / Huffington Post]

Is he REALLY mad about his marriage...or the fact that everyone knows he can't get it up?

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