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Man Arrested After Biting Off Finger Of Fellow Golfer

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That's what I call really "giving someone the finger"............

 

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I've played that course. Its a little par 3 track, couple of 4's, running through some cranberry bogs in Carver MA. They do have a bar, not I think alcohol played any role in this.

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13 hours ago, 1badbadger said:

http://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/24411000/man-arrested-biting-part-fellow-golfer-thumb

The best part of this story...the dude was charged with "mayhem"!  I love that.

I just saw the story and this is -- word for word -- almost exactly what I was going to say.

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17 hours ago, 1badbadger said:

http://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/24411000/man-arrested-biting-part-fellow-golfer-thumb

The best part of this story...the dude was charged with "mayhem"!  I love that.

 

There's likely only a limited number of checkboxes for the officer to use. LOL

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Charged with Mayhem, love it.:-D

I can imagine it now. "What are you in here for?"

"Armed robbery, what about you?"

"Im in here for Mayhem"

"Holy crap, stay away from me you crazy psycho!"

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I wonder what kind of sentence "mayhem" carries with it? Is there felony mayhem or is mayhem just a misdemeanor?  😜 

I recently got a slap on the wrist by my mens' association because I called a guy a sandbagger and he complained I was being mean to him (true story). At least he came away with all his digits, it could have been worse!

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On 8/19/2018 at 3:24 PM, Lihu said:

There's likely only a limited number of checkboxes for the officer to use. LOL

I would think "Assault" would qualify.

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Oh. Like none of you have ever bit or been bit by anyone?

Clever bunch.

You lot must lead mayhem-free lives.

 

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1 hour ago, boogielicious said:

Battery. Assault is the threat. Battery is the contact. 

Threatening someone is assault?  I thought assault involved physical contact.

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battery:  the crime or tort of unconsented physical contact with another person, even where the contact is not violent but merely menacing or offensive.

assault: an act, criminal or tortious, that threatens physical harm to a person, whether or not actual harm is done.

 

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