Man Tasered by Police for Refusing to Stop Having Sex with Car Exhaust

Man Tasered by Police for Refusing to Stop Having Sex with Car Exhaust

(Link): Man Tasered by Police for Refusing to Stop Having Sex with Car Exhaust

by Joe Roberts

A man had to be Tasered by police because – hold your breath – he wouldn’t stop trying to have sex with a car exhaust. Ryan Scott Malek’s was four times the legal alcohol limit when police found him in a questionable position with a parked car on May 1.

Officers tried to get him to stop, but persistent Malek, from Newton, Kansas, US, kept going.

Malek was reportedly ‘oblivious’ to what he was doing, so police decided to Taser him, according to the Smoking Gun.

It appears Malek had an audience of six other witnesses watching him at the time, court documents revealed. The 24-year-old was taken to hospital and given a chance to sober up.


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2 thoughts on “Man Tasered by Police for Refusing to Stop Having Sex with Car Exhaust”

    1. @ Dee.
      Thank you, that is quite flattering.

      However, if you ever want to un-link from my blog (now or later) from your blog roll, I would totally understand. I really would.

      On this blog, I sometimes rant, rave, and occasionally use vulgar language in some blog posts on here, all of which I know would alienate, turn off, offend, or anger some Christian readers (though I know your blog, which I periodically lurk at, also gets non-Christian readers).

      I’m not always proud of my language or demeanor on this blog, but I use this blog in part as an outlet to work through things (like how poorly so many churches treat single adults), and it’s one spot where I can let my anger out.

      I’m also right- of- center politically, and so I don’t always agree with liberals on politics in my posts here (if and when I blog on topics pertaining to politics), which really angers quite a number of them.

      A few years ago on this blog, I did write one post critical about your blog, where I disagreed with you on a subject or two. (That is still on the blog somewhere. If you wanted to un-link to my blog on that alone, I’d get it.)

      I usually post about marriage / celibacy / sex / dating related topics on this blog – and I’m not always G-rated about it.

      I don’t go out of my way to be crass or profane on this blog, but as I’ve gotten fed up with how so much of Christianity is unrealistically, super squeaky clean about those topics, sometimes, I can be a bit tawdry, I guess is the word, and I know some Christians would not be comfortable with that.

      I get into this on this blog’s “About Page,” but I don’t know where I am faith-wise. I have not rejected Jesus Christ, but I have really soured on much of Christianity in the last few years that I now doubt the faith quite a bit.

      I can be very grumpy with people who show up here to argue with me, though if they’re really polite about it, I may allow them to post and debate back and fort a bit, but I sometimes scream at them, and I’m not very nice.

      (I really don’t like fighting with people or having to defend my world views or opinions here; that’s not why I started this blog. This blog is more like an online diary of mine.)

      I can see why there is a whole bunch of reasons you may reconsider and un-link from my blog.

      I really and truly am honored you’ve linked to my blog on your blog roll, but I can so totally see how you’d one day think, “I really regret having done that!” – and want to de-link me, and I would not hold it against you, believe me! I would really get it.

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