September 9, 2009 | 2:46 pm
Posted by Brad A. Greenberg
You may have heard the story recently of a man whose wife and the two other women he was sleeping with, who happened to be sisters, tied him to a bed and then glued his penis to his stomach. If not, he’s a story from the opening of the women’s assault and false imprisonment trial yesterday:
The man said he agreed to be tied to the bed because he and Ziemann had talked about bondage and he had agreed to pay for some nice fabric she would buy to tie him.
He said he was startled by a knock at the door, and worried it might be Ziemann’s husband. He realized the “fun had stopped” after his wife and the other women entered the room.
“The rest came in and the hurting trip began,” said the man, who testified in shackles because he is jailed in an unrelated case on theft and child abuse charges. “It got chaotic real quick, real fast. ... I was asking everybody in the room to cut me loose.”
The man testified that his wife was the first to leave, and that the others left “in a panic” when he began to struggle free of his bonds. It took him another 2-3 minutes to get free and run naked outside and seek help, he said.
Jay sent me this and asked me to find something Jewish in it. My response: Was he circumcized?
If not, he very well may be now.
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