EUGENE, Ore. - A Eugene, Ore., radio station and the Oregon Urology Institute are encouraging men to have vasectomies in time for the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament.
The institute's radio advertisements encourage men to "lower your seed for the tournament," and KSCR, a local sports talk station, sweetened the deal by promising pizza delivery and frozen peas to ease the pain of any man who undergoes the procedure the day before a game, The (Portland) Oregonian reported Monday.
The center's ad campaign suggests having the birth-control surgery the day before a game all but guarantees that clients' wives will allow them to spend the day lounging in front of the TV.
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