Monday, February 16, 2009

Can You Hear Me Now About Parking Problems In Milwaukie, Oregon? Perhaps Not Since A Piece Of Your Ear Is Missing!


Seinfeld had shows demonstrating the competitiveness of parking. But in Milwaukie, Oregon, two roommates took the problem to a new level. Thursday night, there were two roommates, Roger Shaw and Andrew Taylor, but only one parking spot. Phttp://www.blogger.com/upload-image.doarking is apparently limited to the drive and the street. The result: One man bit off the other's earlobe. Officer Kevin Krebs told the press that the victim came home and parked in a spot preferred by his roommate. This quickly escalated into a fight in which one man bit off the other's ear lobe. Andrew Taylor, the 25-year-old victim of the bite was treated for the ear injury but reattachment of the bitten off piece was not possible.


Twenty seven year old Roger Shaw has been charged with assault. He is being arraigned in Clackamas County Court on a second degree assault charge, a Measure 11 offense. Bail was set at $250,000.

About parking, can you hear me now? No, of course not, a piece of your ear is missing.

Keep in mind all suspects are innocent until proven guilty!

9 comments:

sally said...

Interesting story. Seems like the land lord and the city need to get together and improve the parking situation. It is just asking for trouble when there are more cars then spaces.

Sally

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the old Johnny Cash song a Girl Named Sue... He came up and bit off a piece of my ear..

Secrets said...

This a very EERY story..LOL

This is a chapter out of Mike Tysons book.

Ms Calabaza said...

can ya hear me now ?

Anonymous said...

Yup, I hear ya.

katfish said...

I told you not to park in my spot. Didn't you 'ear me?

jester said...

I wanted to park "ear" now and forever!

Jester

joker said...

A blond (like Blond Bombshell)tatoos a color full sea shell on her inner thigh. When asked why she located the tatoo there, she responded, "because when someone puts their ear up to the sea shell, not only do they hear the ocean, they can actually smell it.


Joker

Anonymous said...

The only thing we have to fear is "ear" itself.