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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Man Thrown Out of Event For Observing Other Swingers Are "Overweight and Unattractive"

Posted By on Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 2:46 PM

It's already been a movie, guy.
  • It's already been a movie, guy.
Sometimes life doesn't meet your expectations. That's the lesson one man learned following his first visit to a swingers event -- that's "swingers," not Swingers. The unnamed man was thrown out of a swingers event at the Stratford Inn in Fenton for the height of rudeness: he's accused of pointing out that the other participants were both overweight and unattractive.

Rookie move, bro; they all look the same once the lights are out.

The other swingers took umbrage, and threw the critic out. But then Mr. Too-Good-For-Fenton-Swingers-Club had to return to the Stratford to pick up his belongings, which didn't get tossed when he did (this would be such a good place for a "that's what she said" if you have one laying around).

His return prompted an argument with another swinger, which allegedly devolved into the critic throwing a bottle at the swinger in question. He's since been charged with third degree assault.

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