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Woman on the Run for Years After Poisoning Her Husband’s Cereal to Get Out Of Sex

"I wouldn't use that much to kill him, but just enough to make him not have an erection."

Gigen Mammoser

They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, but is it also the way to his flaccid phallus?

A Las Vegas, Nevada woman is currently on the run from authorities since admitting she tried to poison her husband in hopes of making him impotent.

Andrea Heming, 49, pleaded guilty two years ago to the deed because she was tired of having sex with her spouse. In a police report from 2015, Heming told authorities, "I wouldn't use that much to kill him, but just enough to make him not have an erection."

Her husband, identified as "Ralph," claims that he had continuous headaches and diarrhea in the six months leading up to his wife being caught. However, Heming was never picked up by police; she has been on the run for the last two years. Officials now believe she is hiding out in Mexico.

Heming put boric acid, a common insecticide used on roaches and termites, into her husband's cereal, whipped cream, and energy drinks.

Judging by his diet, it seems like health may have already been on the line. 

If you spot Andrea, don't let her make you a bowl of Lucky Charms.