According to the U.K. Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA ), a Barnet man has been sentenced to 16 weeks in prison for selling an “herbal” erectile dysfunction product that reportedly contained tadalafil, the active ingredient in Cialis®. The 58-year-old had been cautioned in 2009 for possession with intent to supply Jia Yi Jian, “a fake ‘herbal’ product which actually contained up to four times the dose of erection drug taladafil and more than four times the dose of withdrawn slimming medicine sibutramine,” and received a 32-week suspended sentence in 2010 after he was stopped at Heathrow Airport with more than 50,000 tablets of “Herbal Viagra.” Most recently, he was caught with more than 5,000 tablets hidden in boxes labeled as “Diet tea.” The Wood Green Crown Court has sentenced him to eight weeks in prison for breach of his suspended sentence and another eight weeks for placing unlicensed medicine on the market without authorization, in addition to a fine of £600 for court costs. See MHRA Press Release, August 15, 2014.