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otoku-navi.info​video_n_html. I bet he was exhausted afterwards. Authorities say an extremely intoxicated man who was attempting to have sex with the tailpipe of a car in central Kansas was subdued with a. A man had to be Tasered by police because – hold your breath – he wouldn't stop trying to have sex with a car exhaust. Ryan Scott Malek's.

Authorities say an extremely intoxicated man who was attempting to have sex with the tailpipe of a car in central Kansas was subdued with a. A man who wouldn't stop having sex with a car exhaust has been sentenced, according to court documents. Ryan Scott Malek was arrested. A MAN was Tasered by police when he refused to stop having sex with a car exhaust, it has been revealed. Ryan Malek, 24, from Newton in.

otoku-navi.info​video_n_html. I bet he was exhausted afterwards. Here’s something we don’t: only one of us has sex with car exhaust pipes.​ That’s right, a man in Kansas, US, has been sentenced for repeatedly trying to get jiggy with the tailpipe.​ Police said Malek was intoxicated at the time of the dalliance, with his alcohol content level. Authorities say an extremely intoxicated man who was attempting to have sex with the tailpipe of a car in central Kansas was subdued with a.






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