Sunday, April 02, 2006

Three Men Charged in 'Dungeon' Castration

Some people take those roleplaying games far too seriously.

Three men have been arrested on charges of performing castrations on apparently willing participants in a sadomasochistic "dungeon" in a rural house, authorities said Friday.

Anyone willing to be castrated in someone's "dungeon" basement deserves to have their balls cut off. Hey look, karma in action.

"It's extremely bizarre," District Attorney Michael Bonfoey said in a telephone interview. "It's incredible the amount of ways that people can find to run afoul of the law."

Do we actually have a law making dungeon castration illegal? I figured that would be one of those unspoken laws.

Sheriff's investigators said Richard Sciara, 61, Danny Reeves, 49, and Michael Mendez, 60, admitted performing at least eight surgeries, including castrations and testicle replacements, on six consenting clients over the past year. None of the three is licensed to practice medicine, officials said.
What amazes me is not that they didn't wind up killing anyone with their amateur groin surgeries but that they managed to find six willing LOCAL participants. Long line for the testicle replacement surgeries at the hospital in North Carolina?


Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

In Wales (that sheep-shagging bit stuck on the side of England) some wise ass was so sure his team would lose the rugby (like american football but with uglier blokes) he vowed to cut off his testicles if they won.

They won, and he was true to his word - using a set of snips!!

Then he took them to his local pub to show his mates!

April 03, 2006 12:59 AM  
Blogger A Mad Man said...

So Wales is to Brits what America is to everyone else. Interesting.

April 03, 2006 6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this just sounds like someone got what they deserved!

April 03, 2006 11:14 AM  

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