Skip to comments.RNC Delegate Took Woman To Hotel Room, Was Robbed
Posted on 09/16/2008 8:42:03 AM PDT by ButThreeLeftsDo
A delegate to the Republican National Convention says he was robbed of more than $120,000 after he took a woman to his Minneapolis hotel room.
The Denver man told police he met the woman in a bar, then took her to his hotel room at Hotel Ivy. Police say that once there, the woman made the man drinks and told him to get undressed.
The 29-year-old delegate told police that was the last thing he remembered.
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I mean, aw.
Reminds me of a Seinfeld episode..
who keeps 120k in cash in a hotel room?
You play. You pay.
Wave money around hoping to pick up a high priced hooker and you will get screwed.
OK that's $55K, what was the other $65K? Cash? Rich Republicans!
She had just come from George’s room and since he didn’t have any money, she took his clothes and left him handcuffed to the bed.
Just goes to show you stupidity is not partisan.
I once had to vouch for a legislator at a security check in DC. His wallet had been taken by the “lady” he spent the evening with.
She tried the same thing at the Democrat convention and made off with a toothbrush, an old Hillery picture and a pair of handcuffs, oh and some food stamps..
In other news a DNC Delegate took a woman back to his hotel room - Entire Party feels betrayed. Barney Frank is still weeping hysterically. Nancy Pelosi is shocked (but that could just be her normal expression).
Woman: Eight dollars? Eight dollars?
George: What are you doing? You’re robbing me?
Women: I wasted my whole morning with you for eight dollars?
George: Wait, wait a second, what are you doing?
Woman: I’m taking your clothes.
George: No, that’s my only suit. It cost me 350 dollars. I got it at Moe Ginsburg .
Woman: Bye George.
George: No wait, you can’t just leave me here! Will I see you again?
Q.”who keeps 120k in cash in a hotel room?’
A1. Someone who went to the convention primarily to drink and fornicate.
A2. It wasn’t all cash. Half was expensive jewelry.
A3. I wonder if there’s an insurance angle here.
IF he is telling the truth about the value, that doesn't even account for half. Why do I have a feeling he is inflating the values?
“All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then Success is sure.” — Mark Twain
What makes it even funnier is the suspicion that I don't think this guy has learned his lesson.
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