This is the thirstiest thing I've ever seen
This is one of the sickest stories Iâ€™ve ever heard. A 21 year-old woman by the name of Rickesha Burns, on the 10th of April, from Phoenix, Arizona, pleaded not guilty to a charge of child abuse and sexual conduct with a minor after she shoved a vibrator into her sonâ€™s rectum. The vibrator was shoved so far up the 2-year-old boyâ€™s rectum it had to be surgically removed, according to PhoenixNewTimes.com.
Rickesha Burns called the police on the 24th of March 2013 and told authorities her son was bleeding horribly from his rectum and tried to blame a Hispanic boy in the park. She claimed the Hispanic boy shoved the vibrator up her sonâ€™s rectum while she was reading her text messages on her phone, according to a probable cause document submitted in court and obtained by the New Times.
Read more of the horrifying details below:
Doctors discovered that he has numerous bruises around his anus, a â€œhanger typeâ€ bruise on his hip, and yet another bruise on his neck.
Doctors also found an object lodged in his rectum, which appears to be â€œa vibrator or some other sex toy.â€
Police interviewed Burns, who still claimed that a teenage boy at a park did it, even though she â€œbelieves it is her vibrator,â€ and police found the boyâ€™s blood on her shirt, according to court documents.
Phoenix Police Officer James Holmes says there was zero evidence that the boy was assaulted at the park.
According to medical professionals, the injuries in her sonâ€™s rectum occurred after his mother used a hanger to remove the vibrator, but he eventually had to have it surgically removed.
The boyâ€™s mother was arrested by police and held without bond and pleaded not guilty to sexual conduct with a minor and child abuse charges on April 10th of last year.
According to the Phoenix New Times, Burns was investigated for child abuse in 2011 but no criminal charges were filed. She also told police that she â€œworked hard to get her son back and would not do anything like this to hurt her son.â€Burns told authorities that she was alone with her son that day because his father was out of town.
Gaming wise, I've been banned from GameFAQs twice. The first time I was like 15 and being a prepubescent kid all I did was troll the forums. The second time I was banned was for lying I was under the age of 13. I had to provide my license to prove I was 18 at the time.
I may or may not be banned from the whole City of London which may or may not have included a lot of alcohol (I live in the states) but you really don't wanna know about that
Griffon: "You never went to college"
Geoff: "Yeah you're right..."
The same thing happened to me after I got my first upper endoscopy for Celiac disease (like a colonoscopy except the tube goes down your throat). Only problem was cause of my gluten intolerance I weighed like 80 pounds at the time so they used way too much anesthesia for my weight and I was in the recovery room for 5 hours (i only should've been there an hour top)
Warning: this article is ridiculous
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."
According to The Times Of India, 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 his wife forced medication on him to boast his sexual stamina and threatened to hook up with other men if she remained unfulfilled. 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.)
they went and made this
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I'm a huge playstation fan but this is hilarious
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