Man sues porn company over penis injections

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Cocks come in a variety of colors and sizes, but they all have one thing in common: the ability to crow.

Some crows are short. Some crows are long. But sometimes the cock needs a bit of coaxing.

And we see the same in the human world, when athletes get juiced to enhance their performances.

The adult entertainment industry is another occupation where performance counts. And the refusal to inject performance enhancing drugs into the male members of male cast members is the subject of a lawsuit.

Ronald Baker, a stagehand employed by an adult entertainment film company in San Francisco, says his bosses forced him to take a needle and shoot a prescription drug into actors to prolong their ability to act.

This was no fluff job, but a serious responsibility that required giving full-blown injections of TriMix, a prescription medication used to treat erectile dysfunction.

Baker says when he complained to the Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network that he might have contracted HIV after accidentally pricking his finger during one encounter; his bosses said they didn’t know what to do about it.

He also claims the guys did not have prescriptions for TriMix, and he didn’t want to break the law by juicing them. He said that’s when his bosses showed him the back door and cut off his pay and benefits.

He’s suing for wrongful termination, emotional distress, and other things.

So, the lessons learned on the farm can be applied in other workplaces, and we’ll let you figure that one out on your own.