In a quest to help her boyfriend’s “little man”, a woman has sparked outrage.

A TikToker has drawn criticism after joking about slipping sexual enhancement supplements into her man’s drink.

The unidentified woman is seen in a TikTok video opening a packet of Vital Honey and pouring it into a bottle of Don Julio tequila.

“When you need your little man to go around tonight,” the video caption read.

Vital Honey is advertised as a product that “enriches your body with a sudden boost of vitality and stamina so you can enjoy your romantic pleasures without the difficulties of burnout or an unwelcoming early climax” .

The video was re-shared by popular TikTok aggregator DJ Thing who did not link back to the original video.

The controversial video quickly garnered 226,000 views and 10,300 likes, with most viewers disapproving of the idea.

“Girl what…” Zoe commented.

“Um, I don’t think it’s right to do something like that,” Soup said simply.

“Let’s not,” Socks wrote.

“Cute roof!! Nyssa Donnelly joked.

“Ummm.. that’s illegal..”, Kid_Chai noted.

“Did you just drug his drink???” asked mossthedevoring.

“Wow, how funny joking about drugging someone for sex, Wolfe replied.

“Notice how no one finds this funny, Daniella noted.

“Whether she made a joke or not, it’s always weird to put something in someone else’s drink without them knowing,” Not Live said.

In addition to many viewers having serious issues with this girlfriend’s actions against her unsuspecting beau, the United States Food and Drug Administration recently issued an advisory warning consumers not to buy or use Vital Honey because it contains a hidden drug, tadalafil. Tadalafil is the active ingredient in Cialis, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, but requires a doctor’s prescription.

The ingredient may interact with nitrates and lower blood pressure to dangerous levels and may be harmful to people with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease who often take nitrates.

Erectile dysfunction affects approximately 30 million American men, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services, and spending on the three most popular erectile dysfunction drugs totals more than $1 billion worldwide every year. year.