• Louisville X-Press Staff

Breaking: Baggage Mishap Reveals William Shatner Brought Large Volume of Viagra on Space Flight

A newly released photo from the historic commercial space flight of 90-year-old William Shatner revealed the actor had brought copious amounts of Viagra with him in his carry-on bag.

William Shatner sitting in a floating cloud of blue pills
The "medically irresponsible" amount of the ED medication was quickly gathered and returned to the baggie from which they came.

The popular erectile dysfunction drug, flooded the cabin at one point during the flight when Shatner reportedly rummaged through his personal bag to retrieve a camera, accidentally releasing the contents into the zero-g environment.


"At first it was funny, like we thought it was a practical joke, then it dawned on me that it kind of explained some of his comments and behavior earlier in the mission," said Glen de Vries, founder of Planet Labs and fellow crewmen.


De Vries continued, "He kept looking at Audrey (Powers) and making weird comments, like 'ready to boldly go where no one has come before?' and nudged me a couple of times asking when 'the others' were arriving. I kept telling him it was just, but now I think he meant when were more women coming." DeVries had a troubled look on his face and said, "Oh man, I just realized when he really meant when he said it was fine because we only had 10 minutes anyway," referencing the flights length of about 10 minutes.


Unconfirmed reports that his bag also contained green body paint and and a home-made headband with alien antenna are also circulating.




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