Skip to comments.Man goes berserk after excessive-flatulence teasing
Posted on 01/20/2011 5:13:23 AM PST by Tolerance Sucks RocksEdited on 01/20/2011 5:17:27 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Police say a Connecticut man became so angered by a woman's reprimand for his continued flatulence at a party that he went on a stabbing spree, killing a personal friend.
According to published reports, Marc Higgins, 21, allegedly stabbed to death his friend, Matthew Walton, and injured three others during a house party Saturday night in Bristol, Conn., where alcohol was being consumed.
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pull my finger!
Last line...Police said what?? And the reporter got that out of the cops...yeh...sure...
Where he sits broken hearted...
I am glad she did not complain about the dirty knife.
The party was a real gas....
my apologoies....that’s the best I can do pre-coffee...
I can’t say how others mayfeel about this, but, personally, if someone kills me, he is damn sure not my friend.
How long before the media raises the cry to ban farting. Or at least register the farts.
And forgive us our farts, as we forgive those that fart against us.
Must have been a TEA PARTY, all the drinkin’ ‘n fartin’ was simply incidental.
Well that stinks.
All that farting in one small area may have been the cause of the climate disruption . . .
Another gas explosion?
Was a lighter involved?
“Your Honor, the prosecution maintains that the first smeller is the guilty feller, and the ‘Fart in a whirlwind’ defense is merely that”...
Shouldn’t a story about breaking wind be in breaking news?
Flatulent Fellow Fillets Friends
Methinks the price of gas just went up.
A lawyer could cite the law stating that “he who smelt it dealt it.” And then follow up with “he who denied it supplied it.”
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