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Cruel & Unusual Punishment

Woman arrested for cutting off husband’s penis because he spent too much time playing golf

Alexander Hassenstein

A woman was arrested for allegedly cutting off her husband’s penis, in part because he spent too much time playing golf, South Korea’s Jeju Weekly first reported. The incident took place at an apartment in Yeosu on Aug. 26.

According to Jeju and the Korea Times, a 54-year-old woman, who has only been identified as “Mrs. Kim,” committed the crime while her husband slept. Mrs. Kim is said to have cut the tip of her husband’s penis off and flushed it down the toilet.

While police are still investigating what happened, Mrs. Kim told authorities her husband had been violent with her, but that she also was upset because he didn’t give her enough attention or money, instead spending lavishly on his golf habit.

Neighbors told police they thought the couple had a good relationship. It was one of those neighbors who found the man in pain and took him to a local hospital where he was last reported to be in stable condition.

It makes you wonder what she would have done to him if he had cheated on her. – The Head Fanatic

Why the morbid fascination with rulings??

Am I the only one who is real tired of networks spending so much time on a ruling when there’s a golf tournament to cover?

TNT just spent several minutes on a totally meaningless ruling involving Ian Poulter without breaking away to a single shot from another competitor.

It doesn’t seem to matter which tournament is being covered, or which network is doing the coverage, when a player needs a ruling the network suspends coverage of the tournament and focuses exclusively on the ruling! Do they actually believe we viewers would rather watch a ruling than a golf tournament?

I mean, really. Good grief…

Excellent story about Grayson Murray

“By the time Haas finally watched Murray play, in 2010, as a high school sophomore, he saw the total package. “I was like, Oh my, he looked like a Tour pro at that age,” Haas says. “Selfishly, I like kids who look like they have a chance to go to the next level, and it’s just a bonus if they play well in college. Grayson had that look about him.”

The same weekend that an apple-cheeked Texan named Jordan Spieth dazzled crowds at the Nelson, Murray, also 16, became the second-youngest player to make the cut at a Tour event, at his hometown Rex Hospital Open in Raleigh. Later that year, Golf Magazine ran a photo spread of both Spieth and Murray. The buzz was building, and they were seemingly on the same path for success – the publication declared theirs the “swings of the future.”

Click here for the article…