Oh come on,
We've all done it, right?
The Ohio plastic lover arrested back in 2011 for engaging in "sexual activity" with a pink inflatable swimming pool raft has been cuffed again for the same offence. Edwin Tobergta, 35, was taken into custody on Wednesday after witnesses claimed to have clocked him naked and "performing simulated sex acts with a pink raft" on …
There was a case in Scotland where council officials used a master key to break into a man's flat where they found him having sex with his bicycle. I think he was put on probation but I found it difficult to understand what he had broken as it was all happening behind a locked door and presumably consensual.
Some southern state found to their horror they didn't have a law against bestiality on the books. There was a debate in their legislature and some were advocating that no law was needed because it could fall under the jurisdiction for their law against rape.
One senator had a problem with that, because a person having consensual sex with an animal would be free to do so, which cannot be allowed. He was asked how you could tell if an animal is consenting? His reply, "if it doesn't move away"
they found him having sex with his bicycle. I think he was put on probation but I found it difficult to understand what he had broken as it was all happening behind a locked door and presumably consensual.
Yeah, you never know what rings people's bells. Or he could be into chains, or rubber, or like it greasy. Presumably he didn't use s saddle.
I'll be here all week.
That one was interesting predominantly on technical grounds - how exactly do you sh*g a bike I may ask?
As far as happening behind a locked door and presumably consensual... A few years back, one of the janitors in a well known UK teaching hostpital got fired for having a sexual intercourse with a Henry Vacuum Cleaner http://www.henryvacs.co.uk/acatalog/Numatic_Homecare_Range.html?gclid=CPzRtZCL_74CFW_LtAod_GkAeQ
I think the real story here is how they fail to address his mental health problems and simply lock him away. It isn't going to help the guy as he obviously has a problem, and the big problem isn't necessarily that he choses to get amorous with plastic, it is where he does it in full view in a public place.
Address his mental health problems? How un-American.
Sadly accurate. 95% of the mass shootings that the media always go nuts over are perpetrated by people known to have mental health problems that have been ignored. Unfortunately for us it's much more popular to blame an inanimate object for such things than to admit that we, as a society, has done something horribly, terribly wrong.
I think the real story here is how they fail to address his mental health problems and simply lock him away
Hell, I think the court should be locked up for provoking it (brain's to tired to find the proper term for it) - after all, he did say he'd do away with this silliness if they let him go. They didn't, so he didn't. Duh :).
...no better in the UK.
So you have 2 options:
1. Help him get treatment and hopefully prevent re-offending. Cost couple of thousand pounds.
2. Throw him in jail, most likely lead to further mental issues, re-offending, jail, re-offending, jail and so on and so on. Cost, many 10's of thousands of pounds.
Still better to slash money to things designed to stop offending and instead build more jails and pack them in tighter. The reason? Easier for the accounts to prove how many people are locked up instead of how many people you stopped getting locked up.
Gotta love this fucked up world.
Speaking as someone whose currently waiting for mental health treatment on the NHS (been waiting 6 months, told waiting list is currently another 6 months), I'm not sure that in the UK he would get the help he clearly needs in sufficeintly timely fashion to prevent more public-displays of inappropriate behaviour.
'I'm not sure that in the UK he would get the help he clearly needs in sufficeintly timely fashion'
I've been convinced for - well, since the Tories got in back in Maggie's day - that what the UK Govt. wants is for the mentally ill to kill themselves. It has been the inevitable outcome, as seen by those not in strategic denial, of most policies on benefits and mental-health ever since. And because of the popularity of said policies among the reactionaries who comprise the bulk of the voting electorate, all subsequent HMGs have continued in the same vein regardless of the colour of their rosette.
Football hooliganism has been all-but-banished from our shores, but the spirit remains in the Commons. So I guess it isn't the rosettes. Must be something more fundamental. Well, mental, anyway. How about, HMG and it's pretenders don't want an informed approach to mental health, because when the whole electorate understands, they'll see that the ones who should really be locked up are making the laws?
In my state, Louisiana, oral sex between consenting husband and wife is still illegal - however I've never heard of the natives going at it with plastic rafts (that would be kinky). Mostly the locals seem to find dog, cows and horses more attractive.
Not me however, I'd rather stay at home and break the law.
If this guy had beaten someone up or robbed a shop at gunpoint, I wouldn't be reading about him on The Register. But because he, apparently not right in the head, committed a minor sex crime involving a lilo, I'm reading about him.
The stories you read about in the press (and found on Google for years to come) are either the most heinous and the most pathetic.
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