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Retired barrister John Triay failed to impress his wife, Maria, with a hat-trick after taking herbal, Viagra-style pills. Triay's wife claims he became a "sex superman" and performed an impromptu flamenco dance wearing nothing but a hat - not on his head - in front of her and her neighbour on the patio of their Costa del Sol apartment. Maria claims the 70 year-old man - form-erly affectionately referred to by her as "the hanging judge" - demanded sex four times a night after taking the pills. Maria, 40, says: "Even when I was hoovering I wasn't safe He'd turned into a sex pest." Maria told well known legal journal News of the World, that she is now filing for divorce, using a picture of the impromptu flamenco dance as evidence.