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No Viagra, we’re British Military stash missing

LONDON, Jan 21, (AFP): A giant haul of Viagra is among more than £7.2 million ($11.9 million, 8.8 million euros) of stock that has gone missing from British military supplies in the last seven years, the Ministry of Defence confirmed Tuesday.

Among the missing items are some £5,800 worth of the antiimpotence pills, which the forces use for treating altitude sickness. A replica AK-47 assault rifle — which was later recovered — 100 bayonets, gun parts and thousands of rounds of live and blank ammunition have also vanished, The Times newspaper reported.

An aircraft fuselage, a truck, a karaoke rig and a pulse oximeter, which measures blood oxygen saturation, from the nuclear submarine HMS Ambush also disappeared, the daily said. “The security of our personnel and assets remains of paramount importance and the MoD works hard to detect and deter theft,” said a spokeswoman for the ministry.

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