By the numbers:
25: The length, in years, of the sentence imposed on Steve Warshak, founder of Berkeley Premium Nutraceuticals, for fraud in connection with selling "male sexual enhancement products." That's federal time, boys and girls, so he's doing 85% of it.
100: The number of dollars, in millions, scammed by Warshak and his company through promising "male enhancement," delivering a worthless product, and then not giving refunds or returns.
0: Male enhancement, in inches, delivered by Warshak's products.
0: Amount that spouses and significant others assured Warshak's customers that male enhancement mattered.
[REDACTED FOR NATIONAL SECURITY REASONS]: Amount that, in fact, it mattered to the spouses and significant others.
3: Number of decent need-for-male-enhancement-in-federal-prison jokes I came up with but shall refrain from telling.
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