Two years ago, Benjamin Sherman gave New York Representative Anthony Weiner a pack of Obama Condoms.
Sherman, founder of Practice Safe Policy, manufactured the rubbers to have fun and “keep politicians and public figures responsible.” He showed the product to Weiner during the Congressman’s visit to Riverdale.
“I actually handed him the Obama Condoms, and he laughed, he thought they were hilarious,” Sherman told The Daily Caller.
Before long, Weiner’s face would appear on the company’s new box of condoms.
Two days after Weiner confessed to publishing a Twitter photograph of his erect penis, Practice Safe Policy launched Weiner Condoms, which, according to the business’s site, is “sure to last longer than [Weiner’s] marriage.”
“We said [on Tuesday] this is going to be out of control, he may be done by the end of the week, and let’s just put this up and see what happens, “Sherman told TheDC, adding that Practice Safe Policy worked quickly to put out the new condoms.
Weiner Condoms, which were released before the New York Times reported that Weiner’s wife is allegedly expecting a child, could have helped the Democratic politician prevent pregnancy.