Don’t call the cops when your break up goes bad
From the Blotter Diva at Creative Loafing:
Two soon-to-be-ex-boyfriends called police to help sort out some breakup details. The men, 27 and 31, have lived together at house on Springdale Circle for four years. When police arrived, boxes of stuff were strewn across the front porch.
The younger boyfriend said he’s moving out and he’s really pissed because the older boyfriend hacked into his private email account, pushed all his boxes onto the front porch, and locked him out.
The older boyfriend was armed. “I noticed the butt end of a revolver grip was sticking out of [the man’s] front left pants pocket,” the officer wrote. He told the man to sit down and not reach for his gun. The man complied. He said he owns the house and he wants his younger boyfriend out. He said he’s been asking him to leave for 60 days.
The younger man said he’s going to move, but he’s having trouble getting a hold of the friend he’s going to live with.
Eventually, the feuding men calmed down and cut a deal: They’d spend one more night together in their home, and the younger boyfriend would be gone by morning. Also, the younger man said there is an 83 percent chance that he’d actually move out tonight. (Why an 83 percent chance? Absolutely no explanation there. Nada.)
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