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Six Celebrities Who May Not Be Pitching Tents Either

On Tuesday, a New York judge ruled against tents and tarps in Zuccotti Park for Occupy Wall Street, but let's be real: this isn't the first time people have had trouble pitching tents. 

Check out our six favorite celebs who may have faced some of their own barriers:


6. Pelé
The Brazilian footballer was a spokesperson for Viagra and filmed an erectile dysfunction ad in the early 2000s, telling men to talk to their doctors, because he would. Smart choice of words. 

 


 
5. Chaz Bono
Chaz Bono. Because we don’t think he has a penis yet. So he can’t pitch a tent. Without a penis. You get our point. [Cough]

 


4. Michael Douglas
In 2010, the Oscar winner praised modern medicine, including Viagra, for keeping him young enough to keep up with his smokin' hot, Oscar-winnin' wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones. This didn’t seem to be much of a problem for Sean Connery in Entrapment. (For the record, Connery is 14-years older than Douglas.)



 3. Hugh Hefner
In this interview, Hef said Viagra freed men sexually, though we find it hard to believe it’s an issue for a man who's lived in a house with several beautiful women for most of his life. In related news, we hear The Mummy also enjoys popping a little blue pill now and again too. Oh, we kid Hugh… because he’s old as dirt.



2. Jack Nicholson

In 2008, it was reported that Jack Nicholson takes Viagra only for threesomes. We guess when it comes to pleasing more than one lady, Something's Gotta Give. (Zing!)

 



1. Bob Dole
The former Kansas senator and 1996 presidential candidate became a spokesperson for Viagra in 1998. The 88-year-old received some backlash for the ads, but we say more power to him. He took the criticism in stride, even spoofing the ad with an ad for Pepsi. Because not being able to get a boner is hysterical!