Would You Give Up Sex if It Meant Your Bills Would Be Paid?
Would you be willing to give up sex for a month if it meant your bills would be paid? In a new survey, 40% of people say . . . YES. And people were more willing to give up sex than to give up TV, their cell phones, or sunlight.
A Guy Beats Up His Roommate . . . For Drawing Genitalia on His Face While He Was Passed Out Drunk:
On Friday night, 31-year-old James Watson of Arlington, Virginia got HAMMERED and passed out on the couch. So one of his roommates grabbed a Sharpie, and drew MALE GENITALIA on his cheek, pointing toward his mouth.
When James woke up Saturday morning around 5:30 A.M. and saw his face, he flipped out . . . and BEAT THE HELL out of his roommate. The police say his roommate had, quote, "extensive injuries to his face."
James was arrested for malicious wounding. And when they took his mugshot . . . the drawing was still visible.
Three Men Attacked a Bouncer Because the DJ Wouldn't Play Their Jam:
This past weekend, two brothers and their dad were at a bar in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And when they asked the DJ to play a song, he refused. So they responded with a classic father-son bonding activity . . . beating someone up.
29-year-old Dion Daye Junior, 25-year-old Dorian Daye, and 50-year-old Dion Daye Senior teamed up to BEAT UP one of the bar's bouncers. He ended up having to go to the hospital.
All three of the Dayes were arrested for disorderly conduct, aggravated assault, and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault.
Sadly, no one in the Pittsburgh media had the basic journalistic sense to ask WHAT SONG THEY REQUESTED. So we're going to assume it was "When You Look Me in the Eyes" by the JONAS BROTHERS.
Cops Busted a Burglar Who Had a To-Do List Reminding Him to Buy Meth, Get a Gold Watch, and Do a Good Deed for a Stranger:
25-year-old Evan Dorsey of Weymouth, Massachusetts got arrested on Friday when police caught him trying to break into a house.
Despite the arrest, you can expect big things from Evan, because he is super focused AND organized. We know, because when the cops busted him, he was carrying a notebook that included his to-do list for the day.
He called the list, quote, "goals for Friday, 3/24/13" . . . even though Friday was actually March 22nd. Among his goals for the day were:
Find crystal meth . . . get a gold watch . . . commit a break-in or rob a dealer . . . sell drugs . . . and do one good deed for a stranger.
He's facing charges of breaking and entering, and has been ordered to undergo in-patient drug and alcohol treatment. He'll be back in court on April 22nd.