Calolo Oviedo had always been a dandy. He adored the company of young women with long legs and voluptuous shapes. The day he met Delma, he fell in love immediately, love at first sight. And when the ravishing Delma learned that Mister Oviedo owned many oil wells, she also fell madly in love. An afternoon of wild passion, Calolo was at the point of sinking his yacht. You should have seen him running, with little hops, from the bow to the stern, in his bathing trunks, with a bottle of Champagne in the hand, chasing the woman of his heart. What passion! Even if Calolo had to stand on a little bench to kiss his beloved and take pills to maintain his vigor, the fervor of his love was rising like his shares on the stock market. Up until the moment when he passed out and his doctor advised him to calm his love lust.