Skip to comments.Wife Tasered After Bears-Packers Bet
Posted on 11/06/2013 9:43:30 PM PST by nickcarraway
The Green Bay Packers' loss to the Chicago Bears was particularly painful for one Packers fan who was tasered by her husband, who is a Bears fan, to settle a bet after Monday's game.
John Grant, 42, of Tinley Park, Ill., told police that he and his wife made the wager as they watched the game at a bar in Mayville, Wis., but his wife told police that she didn't think her husband would follow through with it.
After the Bears beat the Packers 27-20, Grant and his wife, who police say had both been drinking, went outside to an alley next to the bar to smoke cigarettes. Grant tasered his wife twice in the buttocks while she filmed it with her cellphone camera. Mayville police chief Christopher MacNeill said the woman was laughing during the first two taserings caught on video, but when Grant tasered her a third time in the thigh, this time not on video, she apparently considered that over the line. An argument ensued that led to the woman calling the police.
"You can't make this stuff up," MacNeill said. "It takes the rivalry to a whole new level."
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Did Mike Ditka or Bart Starr officiate the wedding?
“How did a Packers fan and a Bear fan ever get married?”
Strange bedfellows (pun intended) indeed.
About as bewildering as Mary Matalin marrying Captain Cueball (I can’t remember his name).
Or a Dallas Cowboys fan, marrying a non-Dallas Cowboys fan.
I guess when they met, there was ELECTRICITY!
There are worst things in the world.
As if we didn't already know alcohol was involved.
"Hold muh beer and watch me taser muh old lady!"
How did Mary Matalin and James Carville ever get married?
Hold muh beer ping. Jay Cutler still doubtful, Aaron Rogers likewise, the Lions should have a pretty good November — not too sure about this drunken couple from Chicago though.
How did Mary Matalin and James Carville ever get married.
IMO Mary Matalin is a phony Conservative.
Those things aren’t toys.
If she cardiac arrests,, and dies.. what then.
Involuntary manslaughter, heck, maybe voluntary.
i recommend a good lawyer and some ice pads
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