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Saudi Arabia spends $1.5 billion annually on sex drugs
A medical study in the Gulf Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has revealed that Saudis are the sixth largest consumers of sex drugs in the world, fuelled by the 12 percent impotence rate amongst Saudi males.
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