Didn't she just hit him with the nunchuck?
Eating all the chocolate biscuits is a serious crime, but would you try and throttle your partner for doing so? A US man allegedly did – using a Wii Remote’s cord - after his girlfriend accused him of failing to keep his hands out of the cookie jar. Daniel Alvarez, aged 21 and from Austin, Texas, was reportedly woken up by …
I know Nintendo say that you should use the strap to avoid nasty Plasma / LCD TV accidents but I don't think they suggest you use it for things like this. However, if they don't warn against it does that mean they can be sued? Like the person who sued McDonald's for not warning that his drink was hot.
"Annoyed at being woken up and accused of such a heinous crime, it’s alleged Alvarez tried to choke her using the nearest possible weapon – in this case, a Wii controller. He put his knees on her chest to pin her down, she said, and then wrapped the cord tightly around her neck."
That would be the standard cordless Wii remote would it?
Now if I am not mistaken ( and mainly because I have 2 myself) the wii remote safety strap is not long enough to go over a normal head even when the locking toggle is fully undone.
We all know that merkins can be a little simple at times but to suggest that they have little or no brains (thus resulting in a reduced cranium) is a tad too extreme.
Exclamation icon - because you would have to be this thin...
I was asleep dreaming about playing Manhunt 2 - a game which I have been playing quite a lot recently. I was woken by rather agressive individual and I couldn't understand what was happening and thought I might be still asleep and grabbed my wiimote to perform an execution move (something which the game asks you to do repeatedly) on my assailant.
My girlfriend is stupid enough to wake me for stealing biscuits. Thusly she deserves to die.
I would find not guilty.
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