Skip to comments.Police Use Stun Gun On Man Attempting To Have Sex With Car [KS]
Posted on 05/03/2018 1:19:17 PM PDT by Red Badger
(CBS) A Kansas man attempting to insert his penis into the tailpipe of a car had to be subdued with a stun gun after refusing to listen to police.
We were called to the 1200 block of East Broadway to a report of a naked male underneath a car, said Lt. Scott Powell of the Newton (Kansas) Police Department. .. He was attempting to stick his penis into the tailpipe of the vehicle.
The suspect did not respond to officer commands and officers used a stun gun to subdue him, the Newton Kansan reported.
Powell said the man was intoxicated to the point of being incoherent.
Police submitted a report to city prosecutors recommending a misdemeanor charge of lewd and lascivious behavior, the Associated Press reported.
I wouldn’t blame him if it was a 1968 Mustang fastback
I clicked on this thread for the comments......
Be back later.........
the car certainly appreciated it.
Intoxicated with what... does that usually imply alcohol?
Sounds somethink like flacca.
Cops know how to have a good time too.
Not even if you paid me, pard.
Why not just start the car?
Unless we’re talking about Flowmaster.
Or maybe Borla.
Maybe he heard that the car had just blown a gasket, and he wanted a turn.
Pervert. I’d say anything goes, but the car is under age 18. So that’s a felony.
most people would say that it was too late for a 68 fastback; that car was already [fill in the blank]
Question: what would Laz do?
Apparently he likes to insert his manhood into tailpipes.
Had it been a Prius, I would buy him a case of beer.
This is going to be a fun thread.
Is that illegal?
Who gets the “pick of the litter”?
Maybe he was tired of having a “Cherry-Bomb” muffler and wanted to make just a “Bomb”.
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