Friday, March 13, 2009

How did Bill Crider miss this one?

Thanks to Mark Johnson


Woman Injured in Power Tool Sex Toy Encounter

By MATTHEW STABLEY

Updated 1:57 PM EDT, Wed, Mar 11, 2009
Related Topics: St. Mary's County | TheBayNet.com

A southern Maryland woman was hospitalized after her partner attached a sex toy to a power tool.
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A southern Maryland woman was hospitalized after her partner attached a sex toy to a power tool.


LEXINGTON PARK, Md. -- Some sexual experimentation landed a southern Maryland woman in a hospital with injuries tough to imagine and even more difficult to forget.

Maryland State Police airlifted the 27-year-old woman to Prince George's County Hospital Center early Sunday morning after she was injured in an incident involving a sex toy attached to a saber saw blade, TheBayNet.com first reported.

The man who called 911 about the incident admitted attaching the sex toy to the saw and then using the high-powered, homemade device on his partner, according to the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office.

The saw cut through the plastic toy and wounded the woman, according to TheBayNet.com. The injuries were severe enough for medevac, but the woman was released from the hospital Monday and is recovering from her unusual injuries.

Investigators talked to the woman, who told them she suffered the injuries during a consensual act and that she and her partner were trying something new and no crime was committed, the sheriff's office said.

3 comments:

Bill Crider said...

Hey, I run a family-oriented entertainment blog. I like the "trying something new" line. You gotta wonder about their other experiments. Not that I'd mention them on my blog.

Todd Mason said...

Not unless a certain ubiqitous heiress, or a crocodilian, was directly involved.

Trying something new and leaving the blade in place, rather than replacing it, on a power tool...well, clearly, there was more than one tool involved in the incident...

Jerry House said...

I live nearby and these two are not swimming at the shallow end of the local gene pool. Reality has always been just a little bit different in Southern Maryland.