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26 January 2010

Wanna-be Rapist Attacks A Man Dressed As A Woman

Luck wasn't a lady in Athens Sunday night after a would-be rapist found out his victim was a man dressed in drag.

The suspect was riding a bicycle when he started stalking a 17-year-old walking along Bray Street near Fourth Street in East Athens about 6:30 p.m., police said.

The teen began to walk faster, but the man caught up to him, grabbed his arm and dragged him into some nearby woods.

The attacker started to take off the teen's clothes, tearing his shirt and yanking off his boots; he realized when he stripped off the teen's pants that the victim was male, too, police said.

The victim fought back, but his attacker kicked him repeatedly, police said.

Johnson, Joe (2010-1-26). Teen escapes rape attempt. Athens Banner-Herald. Retrieved on 2010-1-26.

Obviously, the victim of this attack deserves our sympathies. No one, male or female, should be subjected to unwanted sexual advances.

Still, I can't help but to see the humor in this. Dude was riding his bike and saw a guy dressed as a woman who looked pretty damn good; good enough that he wanted to go and take him some. Then the wanna-be rapist finds out that his victim is a man. Now the bike riding, wanna-be rapist is peddling around Athens wondering if he's gay simply because he got a "stiffy" from a 17-year-old drag queen.

Oh boy.