There’s a lot of things you have to worry about in the air, like carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide, but one town in Ireland is embracing a certain alleged airborne pollutant: Viagra.

An Irish town claims that Viagra wafts through the air due to the factory, however company officials deny this. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
As The Times of London reported, Ringaskiddy residents believe that Viagra wafts through the air thanks to the Pfizer factory in their town. According to the paper, the drug was produced in the area beginning in 1998. The drug was also approved by the Food and Drug Administration that year as the first pill providing relief to impotent men.

Local bartender Debbie O’Grady, who works at the Ferry Boat Inn, joked to the paper about the purported effects on residents: “One whiff and you’re stiff.” O’Grady’s mother, Sadie, explained that people who visit the town feel compelled to stay, thanks to the little blue pill.