A Florida man was mighty rattled after a night of drinking ended when his buddy pulled out a gun to shoot at a snake – and ended up aiming for his trouser snake!
Brandon Rape [pr: rah-PAY] was relieving himself in the bushes when he got a blast in the upper thigh courtesy of Jared Hemphill, who fired at what he thought was a snake the two guys had seen slithering across the road earlier. A cop who responded to the sound of the shot escorted their vehicle to the hospital, where doctors decided to leave the .22-caliber bullet in Brandon's leg.
He decided not to press charges against Hemphill. (Orlando Sentinel)
Running 10K races and marathons can get pretty boring, which is why mud runs and obstacle courses are growing in popularity.
And now, one mud run is taking things to a whole new level of excitement by going X-rated.
The first annual X-Rated Run will be held in Bunnell, Florida, in February and will feature such obstacles as the Dominatrix Dungeon and the Blue Balls Dash.
At the post-race party, you’ll see porn stars, beer stands, and a mud wrestling pit.
To be clear, there will be no sex or nudity on the run – which is a good thing because the physical challenges will require all the strength and stamina the runners have. (XRatedRun.com – SAFE FOR WORK)
An Ohio man is probably feeling pretty deflated after being found guilty of public indecency – for his habit of repeatedly pleasuring himself with neighbors' blow-up pool floats.
Edwin Tobergta was busted back in June, after he stepped out his back door stark naked and got the urge to merge with the inflatable device. Oddly enough, the 35-year-old was hauled in on an almost identical charge two years back – when witnesses called cops after seeing him climb on top of a raft with his pants around his ankles. (Huffington Post)
One of the inventors of Viagra claims to have created a spray-on medication that can help guys last longer in the sack.
It’s called Tempe and could be available by early 2014.
The inventor of this possibly groundbreaking medication is Dr. Mike Wyllie, one of the scientists who helped develop Viagra in the '90s.
While testing the drug, men who used the spray before having sex lasted an average of five times longer than usual.
Women, of course, also reported greater satisfaction from the longer sessions. (Daily Mail)