Thursday, December 2, 2010

What The Hell?

You know, I will write about something and somebody will from time to time ask me if I made it up. I'm telling you... real life is more bizzare than anything I can dream up! I wrote a week ago about the TSA pat down, how people shouldn't be complaining about it, and how I didn't care if I was patted down as long as the plane was safe and my flight was smooth. Well, I didn't expect this story and a friend of mine passed this on to me from a news service. Naturally, this happened in San Francisco...
A 47 year old gay man was arrested at San Francisco International Airport Monday after ejaculating while being patted down by a male TSA agent. Percy Cummings, an interior designer from San Francisco, is being held without bail after the alleged incident, charged with sexually assaulting a Federal agent.

According to Cummings’ life partner, Sergio Armani (no, really, that's his name), Percy Cummings has "multiple piercings on his manhood" which were detected during a full body scan. As a result, Cummings was pulled aside for a pat-down. Armani stated that the unidentified TSA agent spent "an inordinate amount of time groping" Cummings, who had apparently become sexually aroused. Cummings, who has a history of sexual dysfunction, ejaculated while the TSA agent’s hand was feeling the piercings. The TSA agent, according to several witnesses, promptly called for back up. Cummings was thrown to the ground and handcuffed. Is this some Saturday Night Live stuff or what?

A TSA spokesperson declined to comment on this specifc case, but said that "anyone ejaculating during a pat-down would be subject to arrest. "Okay, you can stop laughing now. Oh what the hell, I'm still laughing as I write this... I can't go on any further because this is too ridiculous! Only in America!

12/02/10 Disclaimer: I have since found out that this incident did not happen. My friend got this story from a site called "Dead Serious News". I wrote this post before I found out about this bogus news site that has several erroneous stories on it. Still, this was too funny not to print and publish. It just goes to show you can't always trust what you get off of Facebook and Twitter!


Arlene said...

Hey cousin, I thought that story was bogus as I was reading your post and at the same time I was kind of hoping it was true. I travelling by plane soon and as I said I'm looking forward to a "pleasureable" trip!! LOL

♫Hershey's Kiss♫ said...

I thought it was bogus too. But why it was a pleasurable trip sure enough. They shouldn't have arrested the guy though. LOL


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