Sex manual from 1720 advises men to eat bids for fertility

A rare 'sex manual' from 1720 revealing the most bizarre beliefs of Georgian England has been unearthed and could fetch hundreds of pounds at auction. Titled Aristotle's Masterpiece, it was dubbed the dirtiest book of the time when it was first published. The 300-year-old book offers a fascinating insight into attitudes towards sex at a time in Britain when witches were still burnt at the stake...