A Greeley, Colo., woman began what can only be described as a journey to the Land of Weird, when on August 29, 2012, she returned home to find her house had been broken into, her collection of sex toys stolen and a strange pair of binoculars had been left on the bed.
On retrieving their checked baggage, a gay Norfolk, Va., couple found that their luggage and their sex toy had been vandalized in a prank they allege was intended to embarrass and ridicule.
Brian Wutschke, 45, of Farmington, Minn., was arrested in Minneapolis on August 22, 2012, after a woman, 30, reported his sucking on a sex toy while driving and holding up traffic. Police quickly tracked him down, and that’s when it got weird.
John Walsh, host of the crime-solving series America’s Most Wanted visited Fort Wayne, Ind., yesterday along with a slew of cameras to film a second episode focused on the unsolved 1988 murder of 8-year-old April Marie Tinsley. The police department revealed a previously sealed piece of evidence: a large penis-shaped hand-crank sex toy that was found in a box inside a sears bag about 20 feet from Tinsley’s body.
With Brazil’s Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s a busy time for that country’s sex shops. However, this week one customer decided not to pay for his gift.