The horror. From Jill Fox.
Drunken airman gives Mankato cop double wet Willy
MANKATO, Minn. (KMSP) -
A drunken Mankato, Minn. man home on leave from the United States Air Force spent three days in jail after allegedly giving a police officer a wet Willy early Saturday morning.
According to charges, Mankato police Sgt. Adam Gray was speaking with a Midnight Express Bus driver after bar close downtown and “felt two fingertips that were obvious to him as wet with saliva being pushed into his right and left ear canals, which caused pressure and discomfort.”
Sgt. Gray turned and saw a man walk away and heard him say, “I just gave the cop a Wet willy.”
Sgt. Gray escorted Riley Louis Swearingen, 23, away from the group, and when probed for a motive, Swearingen apologized and said it was a joke.
The pair discussed hypotheticals, and Swearingen admitted giving a wet Willy to an officer in the military “would be a very big deal,” charges say.
A preliminary breath test indicated he blew a 0.186.