Breaking Baaaaaad in Litchfield

This is from the Connecticut Post.

DERBY — The lawyer for a Shelton man accused of sexually assaulting his neighbor’s horse claimed Thursday the case has been blown out of proportion.

If this was a guy and a sheep in Litchfield, and I’ve had a few of those cases, this would not have gotten nearly the media attention it has,” said Ralph Crozier, who represents 63-year-old Marian Wegiel.

Do you know how glad I am that I didn’t have to read this on the air?  Do you? 

And what the hell is going on in Litchfield, anyway?

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11 Responses to Breaking Baaaaaad in Litchfield

  1. Gene says:

    Q: Why do Scots wear kilts?

    A: Sheep can hear a z****r 50 yards away.

  2. Reminds me of Edward Albee’s “The Goat- or Who is Sylvia?,” which ran on Broadway in 2002. Sally Field played the stunned and jealous wife of the husband who, uh, went off the farm.
    Sally’s character turned baaaaddd when she found out.
    (And, yes- in that role- I really, really liked her!)

  3. melissa says:

    OK Thats just sick! Glad you didnt have to read that on air.

    • Gerry says:

      It wasn’t so much the story, Mel…I’ve read that before.
      I might have had a problem keeping a straight face dealing with the lawyer’s comment.

  4. Steve L says:

    Litchfield, where the men are men and the sheep are nervous.

  5. magsx2 says:

    Hi Gerry,
    There are certainly some very weird and sick people in this world.

  6. OK. Now it’s my turn. If you need directions to the principal’s office, let me know.

    That said. That is funny! Nice catch.

  7. Gerry says:

    Love all the comments. Thanks.

  8. Bill says:

    Sounds like a story for SNL Weekend Update. 🙂

  9. doug says:

    i’ll be wearing a black armband to work tomorrow in honor of the sheep in litchfield

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