This Week's WTF Story Award Goes to. .

[quote] SYDNEY (Reuters) - It was a stick up of a different kind for one Australian burglar, who broke into a neighbor’s house and played sex games in the bathroom with a bottle of toilet detergent and a vacuum cleaner.

A court in the northern city of Brisbane heard how 27 year old Jamie Lacey, high on drugs, broke into the house in September 2004, scattering pornographic magazines around the bathroom and making a sex toy from a bottle of detergent, a piece of wood and a rubber glove, the Brisbane Times reported.

Lacey was arrested in December 2006 after police matched DNA his DNA to that on the rubber glove, according to the Australian Associated Press.

A vacuum cleaner was also found in the bathroom, but the judge dismissed a defense submission that there was no proof the vacuum has been used for sexual purposes.

“I’m sure that your client didn’t hoover the carpets,” the newspaper and AAP quoted judge Tony Rafter as saying.[/quote]
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A for creativity. F for form. D for mission accomplished. :bravo:

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WTF is right.

Among other reasons for WTF – the guy scattered porn mags around the bathroom and did strange things with a bottle of toilet cleaner, then TWO YEARS LATER THE COPS TRACKED HIM DOWN AND ARRESTED HIM FOR IT. :s Not much serious crime in Sydney I guess.

[quote=“Mother Theresa”]Among other reasons for WTF – the guy scattered porn mags around the bathroom and did strange things with a bottle of toilet cleaner, then TWO YEARS LATER THE COPS TRACKED HIM DOWN AND ARRESTED HIM FOR IT. :s Not much serious crime in Sydney I guess.[/quote]I don’t get what you mean. Often these things are found by accident, he had kept his nose clean for 2 years and no one suspected to check his DNA until something unrelated. That’s just a guess mind. What does it have to do with serious crime in Sydney?

I don’t get what you mean. Often these things are found by accident, he had kept his nose clean for 2 years and no one suspected to check his DNA until something unrelated. That’s just a guess mind. What does it have to do with serious crime in Sydney?[/quote]

Was he arrested for sticking someone’s toilet brush up his arse, or was there some other offense? (I don’t believe the article mentions any other crimes.) If someone stuck your toilet brush up his/her arse, would you call the cops and expect them to work diligently on the case for two years, if it took that long, so he could eventually be brought to justice?

Well, according to the article he’s accused of breaking and entering, and of burglary.

Remember how everyone whines when they are fined for a minor speeding offense? “Oh, but I was only going a couple of kmh over the limit! Why aren’t you guys out there catching burglars and robbers, y’know, real criminals?”

Well, they have responded this kind of complaint by catching one. I’m sure they did not invest a lot of time over two years into catching this clown. But when the computer comes up with a DNA match, why no close this old case? Unsolved cases look bad.

In any event, the judge was pretty cool about.

“I’m sure that your client didn’t hoover the carpets,” the newspaper and AAP quoted judge Tony Rafter as saying.

Now THAT is a judge! :bravo:

My nomination: Man Bitten After Putting Snake in Mouth

What an idiot.

[quote]Wilkinson, 23, had downed a six-pack and his ex-girlfriend asked him for a beer. He handed her one, not realizing the snake was also in his hand.

“She said, ‘Get that thing out of my face,’” Wilkinson said. “I told her it was a nice snake. ‘Nothing can happen. Watch.’”

So he stuck the snake in his mouth.

“It got a hold of my tongue,” he said.[/quote]

LOL – nearly a Darwin award there.

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My nomination: Nut gets nuts stuck in buckle. Say that quickly three times!

[quote]Scrotum freed from buckle
A 50 year-old man from Shulin City (樹林), Taipei County, surnamed Hsiao (蕭) narrowly avoided having his testicles surgically removed after he was unable to take off a metal buckle he previously slipped over them. “His testicles and scrotum had swollen to about 10cm in diameter, about the size of a softball,” said Far Eastern Memorial Hospital’s chief urologist Chan Pei-hwei (陳沛輝), who treated the man early on Wednesday afternoon. Surgical implements were useless against the metal buckle. Firefighters armed with hydraulic shears were unable to cut through the buckle because it was too close to the flesh. It wasn’t until Chan found a power grinder tool that he was able to slowly grind through the ring, freeing the man from the buckle around midnight on Wednesday. Chan said the man’s swelling went down and he was able to leave the hospital yesterday morning.[/quote] From Taipei Times, Fri. Sept. 21

“we were having a good time, right up until that point. damn buckle, and now i’ve lost my favourite belt”.

was it a cockring, perhaps? weird, whatever the story was. like the man a few years ago who emasculated himself at work while rubbing his dick on a belt sander…

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I’m amazing by what kind of things are called “art” nowadays…

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I went to the SF museum of modern art once and i was not impressed. Most all of the pieces there I could have done myself.

One “artist” had hung up pieces of wood that had been in a house fire. Different pieces of different shapes all hung up on the ceiling. That was ARt. Took up a rather large space too.

Another exhibit was an old sewing machine with bits of flotsam and other (essentially trash) all around it. I would have thrown the whole lot out in the garbage bin. And that was “art”.

There were paintings that I could have done, me or the local elephant or gorilla at SF Zoo that is.

MOd Art is basically FART , not ART.

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I do abstract paintings. I hear the same comment. My response is, “So why don’t you then? It’s fun.”

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I have some ideas. Maybe I have some Picasso in me.

But with my luck any abstract I do will not buy me a sandwich but maybe hundreds of years later will be priceless such as a Van Gogh.

I know I know, everyone thinks the world of themselves don’t they ?

So, you just want money. Try investing.

Picasso was a hack in my book. He’s the rich dad, poor dad of art.

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I’m probably weird, but when I saw that the first thing I thought of was Maude’s “odorifics.”

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