Man Suing CVS For Telling Wife About His Viagra

Michael Feinberg, of Long Island, New York, started taking Viagra . . . without telling his wife.  And to make sure she didn't find out, he didn't use their insurance.

 

A few days after he filled his prescription, his wife called that CVS to check on one of HER prescriptions.  And the employee there mentioned Michael's Viagra to her.

 

Michael says that his marriage has, quote, "broken down" because of that.

  

So now, he's suing CVS for violating his privacy.  He didn't specify how much money he's looking for in the lawsuit. 

I wonder if the CVS employee knew what they were doing and wanted to let the wife know. And I'm sure that this marriage had been on shaky ground already IF he was using this Viagra with another partner. 

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