Zach Braff, star of the popular television show "Scrubs," discovered his photo is being used to sell male performance enhancement pills in Russia.

The actor tweeted a facepalm emoji accompanied with a photo of himself as Doctor John “J.D.” Dorian on a Ukrainian ad selling erectile dysfunction medicine. The ad stated the medicine "reinstates masculine strength." He later tweeted, "I am the face of Russian boner problems. #blessed."

One user responded to his tweet, saying, "We love you here, in Russia. Even if your penis doesn't work anymore (the add is for curing male distinction)."

Braff tweeted a photo Sunday of a flyer using his photograph to advertise computer repairs.

"Apparently in Russia I do computer repair," the actor wrote. A few Twitter users corrected him saying the ad actually appeared in the Ukraine.

Twitter users responded to Braff’s tweets with photos of other celebrities being used to sell products or promote services.