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Car-prang secretary bites off boss's todger

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By Lester Haines

Posted in Bootnotes, 6th May 2009 10:40 GMT

A Singapore woman who hired a private detective to probe her husband's suspected infidelities got more than sufficient material for a divorce when the gumshoe witnessed the chap's secretary accidently bite off his todger.

According to reports in China Press and, we kid you not, the Sin Chew Daily, the 30-year-old woman was orally pleasuring her boss in a parked car in a Singapore park when the vehicle was hit by a reversing van.

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The investigator recounted: “On reaching the park, they did not alight from the car. Not long after, the car started to shake violently. After the car was hit by the van, there was a loud scream from the woman whose mouth was covered with blood.”

The private dick called an ambulance which whisked the victim to hospital. The woman "later followed her lover to the hospital with part of the sexual organ".

The detective admitted it was "the first time he had encountered such an incident".

Reports do not note the current state of the man's marriage, nor of his *****.

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Can a newspaper really be called Sin Chew Daily?

It can if some Western reporter wants to give the story a punchline.

In other words, why is it "Sin Chew" and not "Sin Chu"? Since when is "ew" a suitable substitute for the phoneme usually represented by "u", at least in the context of romanization?

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dieseltaylor,

Interesting! I know of an apparent aerial suicide in which the pilot was being likewise ministered to, while he and the lady were whacked out of their minds on drugs at the time of a cumulo granitus encounter. My rockwell colleagues at the time figured they both died happy.

Regards,

John Kettler

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