A Georgia court has cleared a man of charges of sending unwanted pictures of his dick to a woman, but he doesn't deny he did it. Now, we just have one questions…what's strong enough for a man but made for a woman?
A Georgia court has cleared a man of charges of sending unwanted pictures of his dick to a woman, but he doesn't deny he did it.
That's because there wasn't even a modicum of doubt that it was his penis in the photos. His penis, you see, has a very unique inscription tattooed onto it.
STRONG E nuf 4 A MAN BUT Made 4 A WOMAN.
Aww yeah, baby. You know who read that right? You did.
The man narrowly escaped imprisonment after his defense combated the charges with a law that states that Georgia's felony obscenity law doesn't apply to text messages and other electronic communications. Georgia's only obscenity law requires that sexts-by-mail be delivered in an envelope or container with a warning in "eight-point boldface type." So, until the man with the cleverest penis tattoo on planet earth can figure out a way to mail his penis, he's free to sext all the WOMAN(s) he wants. It's just too bad there's not a law against penis tattoos … that aren't that one.