Zach Braff Finds Out He’s Being Used in Ukrainian Ads For Erection Pills

Zach Braff, everyone’s favorite quirky doctor and everyone’s least favorite Shins fan, is apparently being used as a model for erection pill ads in Ukraine.

The actor tweeted out a photo of a Ukrainian ad for medication addressing erectile dysfunction that uses an image of Braff from his days as John “J.D.” Dorian, beloved doctor on the TV show Scrubs.

Since leaving Sacred Heart hospital for other acting gigs, Braff has not, as far as we know, waded into the (perhaps lucrative?) business of Ukrainian erection stimulants, so the ad comes as a pleasant surprise.

It does not seem to have upset Braff, however, who declared he was “#blessed” to be the “face of Russian boner problems” in a subsequent tweet:

This is not the first time devious ad men in the Eastern Bloc have appropriated Braff’s face to hawk products. Just on Sunday, the actor tweeted out another photo of a Russian flyer using his picture to advertise computer repairs:

[image via screengrab]

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