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Women Glue Man’s Cheating Member to His Stomach

August 14, 2009
Adhesives, Nitrocellulose adhesives
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In a move designed to get this guy to remember where he last put his pecker, a group of his former lovers, including a rather irate wife, glued a man’s member to his stomach.  You got that, the women ganged up on, and well, exacted some sticky revenge.  Yep, Krazy Glue was used as the method of attachment, and although the women were charged, you gotta admit that it’s a great way to get the message across.

Women staged the scenario by luring the man to a hotel room, where one of them tied him to the bed in a would-be sex game.  She then texted the other women, including his wife, who arrived with some questions:  Who do you love more?  (No winning there, buddy.)  And then they proceeded to glue his penis to his stomach.  Nice touch.  I was kind of wondering how that worked, but apparently the police report doesn’t include that many details:

…his wife figured it out and notified the others, according to a criminal complaint filed in Calumet County, Wis., in a town about 90 miles north of Milwaukee.

“We had a plan,” one of the women, Therese Ziemann, 48, told an investigator, according to court records.

Ziemann lured the man to a Stockbridge hotel Thursday, promising a “rub down,” the complaint says. He was blindfolded and tied to a bed. Then Ziemann text-messaged the other three women, including the man’s wife, who joined her in the room.

One of them, Wendy Sewell, 44, reportedly asked, “Which one do you love more?”

After the victim was threatened with mace, punched in the face and taunted, the mischief moved south.

Ziemann glued a sensitive body part to his stomach, according to the complaint.

So, there’s your happy weekend story.  Guys, guess you better beware.  If this becomes a trend, I see a lot less cheating going on.  Oh, as to the member?  It was treated, along with the man, and was released.

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