Oct. 24, 2020

RAPE AMONG THE TOYS.

THE WORLD HAS BECOME A "FREE FOR ALL" SOCIETY THAT IS COMPLETELY OUT-OF-CONTROL! NO ONE IS PUNISHED ANYMORE SO....THE SAVAGES KEEP MULTIPLYING.  IT'S ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE ALL TOYS, FARM ANIMALS, AND ROBOTS WILL QUALIFY FOR ABORTIONS!

I saved this article from one year ago.  If such insanity had occurred in the fifties…This Florida guy would still be in prison.  Yes, today’s society is growing more reckless and lawless. These days, beyond-bizarre behavior is mostly ignored...and therefore...accepted.   I couldn’t believe the offender in this article…basically received… a “slap on the wrist”.   

OCTOBER 23, 2019. A Florida Man yesterday sexually assaulted a pair of “large stuffed animal toys” inside a Target store, according to police who arrested the fiend on a criminal mischief charge.

As detailed in a criminal complaint, Cody Christopher Meader, 20, entered the retailer around 2 PM Tuesday and approached a display of merchandise featuring characters from the Disney film “Frozen.”

Meader selected a “large Olaf stuffed animal” and proceeded to place it on the floor of the Target in Pinellas Park. He then began to “dry hump” the cinematic snowman “until he ejaculated on the merchandise”-- a cop reported.

Meader returned the soiled Olaf back to the display before entering the toy department, where he “selected a large unicorn stuffed animal and began to ‘dry hump’ this item.”

After consorting with the stuffed animals, Meader, who lives in St. Petersburg, was detained while still inside the store. After being read his rights, Meader reportedly “admitted to doing ‘stupid stuff’ and admitted that he had ‘nutted’ on the Olaf stuffed animal.”

The stuffed items, cops say, were “removed from the store floor” and destroyed.

According to the complaint, Meader’s father told police his son “ has a long history of this type of behavior.” Court records, however, list no prior criminal cases against Meader. Charged with criminal mischief, Meader was booked into the county jail on the misdemeanor count. He was released from custody last night after posting $150 bond.