A bloke, in sunny Queensland, fell asleep on the beach for several hours and got a horrible sunburn, specifically to his upper legs.
He went to the hospital, and was promptly admitted after being diagnosed with second-degree burns. With his skin already starting to blister, and the severe pain he was in, the doctor prescribed continuous intravenous feeding with saline, electrolytes, a sedative, and a Viagra pill every four hours.
The nurse, who was rather astounded, asked, ‘What good will Viagra do for him, Doctor? I’ve never heard of it being used as a sun burn treatment?
The doctor replied, ‘It won’t do anything for his condition as such, but it’ll keep the sheets off his legs..’