Sex with Muammar Gaddafi was apparently no fun

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in February 2011

In addition to all the terrible things Muammar Gaddafi can be accused for, we can now add “World’s Worst Boyfriend” to the list.

Gaddafi’s manservant, Faisal, revealed all of his former boss’ dirty secrets.

Faisal told the Sunday Times that not only did Gaddafi pop Viagra pills as if they were breath mints, but he also had a crazy sexual appetite (we can only assume those two things go hand in hand).

Gaddafi would allegedly have sex with four or five women a day, many of which were his bodyguards.

“They would go into his bedroom, and would have his way with them and then he would come out like he had such blown his nose,” Faisal said.

Something about that analogy really doesn’t sit right with us.

Faisal also claimed that many of Gaddafi’s sexual partners suffered so much “they went immediately from his bedroom to the hospital,” to be treated for internal injuries.

As if that wasn’t weird enough, Faisal also said that another aid was sent to Paris to purchase a penis lengthening machine for Gaddafi.

As for non-sexual fetishes: Faisal said he was forced to spray a lotion on the front of Gaddafi’s head so his receding hairline wouldn’t show. And here we thought Gaddafi had bigger problems than his looks.

We’re willing to bet Condoleza Rice is thankful she never fell for the love song he wrote her hilariously titled “Black Flower in the White House.”

Story from The Sunday Times via Daily Mail.



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