Friday, September 5, 2014

Just When You Thought You Heard It All News (9-5-2014)

If there was ever a story made for "Just When You Thought You Heard It All News", this is it! Although I really don't understand what the big deal is.

We've heard of people divorcing over a sexless marriage, but divorcing over too much sex? You don't hear that one every day.

Apparently, one man was recently granted a divorce by a Mumbai family court because he could no longer deal with his wife's "excessive and insatiable desire for sex." 

That doesn't sound like a problem that a prescription and a little blue pill couldn't handle! 

The sex-fatigued husband first approached the court in January, claiming that his wife was "aggressive, stubborn and autocratic" and that she'd be harassing him for sex since they married in April 2012.

The man told the court that his wife forced medication on him to boast his sexual stamina and threatened to hook up with other men if she remained unfulfilled. 

BINGO! Threatening to cheat is definitely divorce worthy. 

Things got so bad, the husband had to be hospitalized for an uneasy stomach at one point.

In the end, the wife failed to appear before the court, so the divorce was granted. (Meanwhile, we couldn't be happier for the poor, put-upon husband. May he go on to have as little -- or as much -- non-chore-like, consensual sex as he'd like.)

 The phrase "keystone cops" has often been used to describe bumbling, idiotic police officer's who acted as if they were little more than clowns behind badges. This story proves that some of them really are.

When a Florida sheriff's deputy spotted two women arguing in a store parking lot, he intervened, but the response was more than he bargained for. As the officer attempted to arrest Sara Henderson, 33, on charges of disorderly intoxication, he says she fought back. In the process, she hit his microphone off his body, making it impossible to call for backup; and when the deputy pepper-sprayed her, he says she rubbed the stuff right back in his own eyes. She later told hospital employees she'd done it on purpose. Now, in addition to a disorderly intoxication charge, she's been charged with battery of a police officer, depriving an officer of his means of communication, and resisting arrest with violence. 

If she were Black he would have probably shot and killed her, not let her get close enough to touch his eyes.......I'm just saying......

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