one Kil Jun Lee, 71, of Westlake, Calif. Lee allegedly tried to slip 29,827 counterfeit Viagra tablets, 8,993 counterfeit Cialis pills and 793 counterfeit Levitra tablets past authorities at LAX by hiding them in his golf bag and luggage. (Which, of course, was his first mistake, because as any wife who's been abandoned for five hours on a Sunday by her golf-addict husband can tell you, golf and sex never mix.) And it's not as though the law enforcement guys didn't have a sense of humor: According to the criminal complaint, Lee concealed the tablets in aluminum-foil-wrapped packets, and was questioned by authorities about whether the pills were all for personal use. He responded that he had a heart condition, and using all the pills would kill him. Oh, ha ha -- "all for your personal use." Also, Lee didn't come across as your typical hardened drug smuggler: He also said he "did not believe the pills were genuine," adding that "he was sorry" for bringing the pills and "will not do it again." Which, really, is good enough for me. A sincere apology and a promise not to be a repeat offender for what is, in a sense, a victimless crime. (Unless, of course, you paid good money for the counterfeit stuff -- but then again, caveat emptor!) So the Navy and Coast Guard will continue their futile efforts to stop Latin America's cartels.