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Superannuated Celebs Retirement Funds: An Appeal

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Would you pay £3,000 to give your love life a boost? As Sir Ian Botham reveals his battle with erectile dysfunction, we investigate the recommended treatment
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3742004/As-Ian-Botham-reveals-battle-erectile-dysfunction-investigate-treatment-rekindled-sex-life.html

"Botham, who is now an ambassador for Vigore, said he was happy to recommend it"
[...]
"What’s surprising is that Botham has since said he doesn’t actually have erectile dysfunction, but was using it as a preventive measure because he didn’t want to be worrying about it in ten years."

One is reminded of the indignities poor Carol Vordeman, Michael Parkinson, Gloria Hunniford and Julie Waters had to endure flogging payday loans, funeral insurance and benecol to their aging fanbase on daytime TV.

Surely something should be done to spare these indigent national treasures such indignities in their fading years ... Perhaps a fundme campaign?

Comment from the mail piece on Botham:

"Great player. Dreadful commentator. Shabby human being."

Now that's just not fair, is it?

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