Shop Worker Poisons His Boss With Viagra

Benjamin Chope
Benjamin Chope

A home store shop worker has appeared in court charged with poisoning his boss with the sex drug Viagra on April Fool’s Day.

Benjamin Chope was charged with unlawfully and maliciously administering to Daniel Webber a poison or other destructive or noxious substance, namely Sildenafil.

The substance, identified as Viagra, was administered with an intent to injure aggrieve and annoy Mr Webber, a court was told.

Torbay magistrates in south Devon, England, heard that the alleged offence happened in Newton Abbot, Devon, on April 1st.

Chope, 24, of Newton Abbot, did not enter a plea when he appeared before the judicial officers who decided the case was so serious it must go to a Crown Court.

Chope is said to appear before a judge in 3 weeks time.

He was grated conditional bail but must not contact Mr Webber or go to the Home Bargains store in Kingsteignton, Devon.

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