Thursday, November 27, 2008

Those Randy Mid-Westerners!

News here of a couple nabbed during the Iowa-Minnesota football game for bumping uglies in a handicapped stall of the men's room. Apparently, the crowd that gathered to urge them on was a tip for security.

Best line in the story? The woman had to be identified by her husband. Classic.


Update: Great stuff here!

11 comments:

Ian Fleetwood said...

Is it illegal or immoral for able bodied persons to use the handicapped stall? Is the answer to the previous question dependent upon whether a handicapped person is actually waiting to use the toilet?

Doc Milnamo said...

I would think possibly immoral if a handicapped person was waiting.

The men's rooms in the building where I work all have a handicapped stall - as all WCs do. There are no handicapped men working in the building. This leaves the stalls to be used by all and let me tell you they are always the cleanest. Why? Besides no handicapped men working in the building, able-bodied men are either conditioned not to use them, or are afraid of offending. Whenever I use one, of course I'm rolling the dice that there isn't a guest in the building on my floor who needs the stall. I play the odds.

The Conservative Wahoo said...

I avoid the handicapped stall, not out of a sense of wanting to ensure its availability should a handicapped person come along (being handicapped does not immunize one against waiting for things), but because I am a tad bit vertically challenged, and the feeling of my feet swinging as I sit astride the elevated bowl makes me feel like I am five. Though using the handicapped stall does provide one with some protection against a "wide stance" in the stall next to you....

SamShapiro said...

Doc, Dear Abby touched on this a few times. It is OK to use the handicapped stall, as long as you are not in a line with a handicapped person waiting behind you. If it's fine with Dear Abby, it must mean it's OK.

thekidcwusedtobeatup said...

WCs? C'mon Doc, you're as American as Madonna. Don't patronize me because my name is Ian.

Mudge said...

According to Larry Craig, the proper etiquette for gaining access to an occupied stall is to brush your foot repeatedly against the occupant's.

Doc Milnamo said...

Sorry about the faux British Islandsish speak. I was just trying to write with a bit of flair, and believe me that is about as flairish as it gets. Henceforth, I shall call it by its proper name, the shitter!

Don't take me to task in the future when I use use words such as learnt, burnt, instead of learned, burned. I have always used the British variant...it flows off the tonque better.

Gotta go, off to the loo! Heh heh heh!

Goldwater's Ghost said...

Good Doctor -

I make a bee-line for the handiman stall for the very same reasons you outline. It more closely approximates my bathroom size at home, which is to say that I prefer evacuting in a broom closet as opposed to a shoe box. Comfortable surroundings make for a happy colon.

The handiman also accommodates business travelers, as the added room allows for proper and hygenic placement of a briefcase.

Doc Milnamo said...

GG - Not to mention the ability to pull a George Costanza and liberate oneself from the clothing! And then spread out the newspaper of course.

Smoothfur said...

University of Minnesota Police Chief Greg Hestness said similar citations at the Metrodome or on campus usually involve public urination.

He said it was the first time in his six years at the U that his force has interrupted a sex act during a Gophers game.

Does that mean that people have been getting it on for six years and this is the first time they have interrupted any of them?????

Mudge said...

Smoothfur - I believe the proper term for what you describe is "campus interruptus"

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