If you know a guy who needs a good stiff dose in the morning you can recommend he buy a bag of this. Here's 'Crappy News' for July 21st.

Grand Prairie, TX- A brand of coffee is being recalled due to a VERY potent ingredient.

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BestHerbs Coffee sells a blend known as "Kopi Jantan Traditional Natural Herbs Coffee." The name sounds special...and now we may know why. The Food & Drug Administration is making the company recall the coffee because it contains one of the active ingredients in Viagra.

The side effects could be very harmful to people with high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or heart disease. [Consumer Affairs]

Customers are asked to see a doctor if their caffeine rush lasts longer than four hours...

Gresham, OR- This guy was bound to get in trouble sooner or later...

Police were involved in a high-speed chase with a suspect Tuesday night.

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They attempted to pull the driver over but he kept going. Police reported a female passenger opened the door and tried to exit the moving vehicle several times. The driver repeatedly pulled her back inside and closed the door...while driving at speeds up to 80 miles per hour.

The chase continued for about 20 miles before the suspect, Fellony Hudson, got out of the car and started running. Police eventually tracked him down and arrested him.

Fellony faces multiple charges, including felony kidnapping, felony assault, and felony possession of a stolen vehicle. He was also under the influence of methamphetamine and heroin. [KATU 2]

Destiny fulfilled.

Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada- A family gathering quickly turned from sweet to sour.

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The Christofferson family was celebrating the birth of a new baby this weekend. Several guests were eating ice cream when the baby's grandfather felt something hard inside his mouth. He spit it out and realized he'd bitten down on a tip of a catheter.

Health officials urged the family to go to a hospital for HIV testing, as well as for Hepatitis A, B and C. They were also told they would need blood tests for the next SIX MONTHS.

Christofferson has already complained to the ice cream company and is considering taking legal action. The company maintains it's safe to eat their products. [CBC]

This almost ruins ice cream for me forever. Almost.

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