An Unzipped Fly, And A Textbook Case Of Self-Incrimination
It pays to know and understand the Constitution, especially the 5th Amendment. A man in Fort Walton Beach, Florida would be well-advised to read it, or at least catch a few episodes of Law & Order. As reported by the Northwest Florida Daily News:
A man stopped for driving with an inoperable brakelight on Nov. 23 was questioned when the officer noticed the man's pants were unbuttoned and unzipped. The condition of the man's pants was obvious when he was asked to step out and look at the lights for himself.Yeah, probably the first guy ever to have a partially unzipped fly...
When the officer questioned him, the driver said he had just left his girlfriend's house and had picked up the 36-year-old female in his car to give her a ride home.Okay...
After the officer advised the man that he believed a sexual act was performed in the vehicle, the man said the female had offered to perform that sexual act for $20. The man added that he had paid the $20 but had not yet gotten the act.Really? It's not like you were tied to a chair, with a hammer about to smash your toes. How about this answer: nuh-uh.
The defendant had $20 in her pocket, according to her Fort Walton Beach Police Department arrest report.
She was charged with soliciting for prostitution.Really? What about the loose-lipped, would-be john? Not cool.