A Brooklyn man is suing the city claiming that NYPD officers falsely arrested him for carrying a single viagra pill.

Earl McLeod, 33, claims in his suit that he was pulled over by cops last February while driving his car on Fulton St. in Bedford-Stuyvesant. During the stop, McLeod and his three passengers were ordered get out of the car while cops searched without his permission. Officer Daniel Esparraguza claims in his police report that he saw McLeod drop a bottle labeled Ibuprofen, which contained a single pill of viagra.

McLeod was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance. His lawsuit points out, "Viagra is not a controlled substance and possession of it is not a criminal act."

Unsurprisingly, the criminal charge was dropped the next day in Brooklyn Criminal Court.

"A police officer's job is to arrest people who commit crimes, and they can't do their job if they don't know what is a crime and what is not," McLeod's lawyer, Nicholas Mindicino, told the News. "It's absolutely a case of police officer incompetence."

If only the officer hadn't given McLeod such a hard time, all of this woodn't have happened.