The worst excuses for a drug test, Peter Bol

I’ve had too much sex, it was my mother’s fault, I kissed a girl, I have an unborn twin inside me… these are the worst excuses ever for failing a drug test.

Following the shocking revelation that Australian Peter Bol failed a drug test this week, we take a look back at some of the worst excuses of all time for failing drug tests, some of which are hard to believe and that people have tried to use them.


The drug: testosterone

His apology: “I had too much sex with my wife.”

He said he became more intimate with his wife than usual because it was her birthday.

Result: Suspension from the IAAF for two years.


The drug: cocaine

His apology: ‘I kissed a girl in a nightclub and it went into my system’. The Frenchman says a girl he met at a Miami nightclub named Pamela must have passed it on.

Result: A two and a half month ban due to the tiny amount found in his urine… but a stern warning that another positive test is a lifetime ban.


The drug: diuretic

His excuse: his mother’s fault. She gave it to him because he was overweight.

Result? Retired from participating in the 2003 Cricket World Cup as part of a 12-month suspension.


The drug: dehydroepiandrosterone and pregnenolone

His excuse: not reading the ingredient in his penis enlargement drug. “[It was a] stupid, immature and selfish mistake … any punishment I might receive for my action will not overshadow the embarrassment and humiliation I feel,” he said at the time

Result: Suspension for two years, which was subsequently reduced to 21 months.


The drug: Nandralone (steroids)

His apology: I like veal too much…the problem was that the amount of drug would have meant he would have been eating 40 calves a day for 20 years.

Result: Korda received a 12-month ban


The drug: Hamilton was found to have an “alien blood population,” a common sign of blood doping

His excuse: I have an unborn twin living inside me. He said foreign cells were found in his system because he could be a chimera — an organism with two or more populations of genetically different cells produced by a twin brother who died before birth.

Result: Hamilton received a two-year ban.


The drug: cocaine

The apology: Waterhouse pleaded guilty to the charges but told the stewards the Regent Hotel, near their Randwick stables, was “a known drug den” and that employee Roy Storch may have come into contact with the drug there (he denied it to use). apart from two previous occasions which he had admitted).

The result: Gai Waterhouse was fined $15,000


The drug: nandrolone

His apology: Too much oral sex with my pregnant wife resulted in the racer absorbing the steroid that pregnant women can naturally produce.

The result? A two-year ban but he was then exonerated in July 2006.


The drug: testosterone

His apology: My masseuse rubbed it on my buttocks without my knowledge.

The result? An eight-year ban reduced to four years on appeal.


The drug: cocaine

His excuse: He claimed sabotage by either the CIA or the anti-Castro mafia. “I know that whenever there’s a doping case, everyone generally says they’re innocent,” he said. “But in my case, I’m really innocent.” This was followed by Fidel Castro, the Cuban leader, who launched an impassioned defense on national television, claiming, among other things, that the CIA vaccinated Sotomayor’s sample.

The result? A two-year ban – later reduced to one year, allowing him to compete in the Sydney Olympics.

Originally posted as The Worst Excuses For Drug Scammers: From Having Too Much Sex To Blaming Your Mom The worst excuses for a drug test, Peter Bol

Ryan Sederquist

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