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Killed by a "wedgie"?

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/brad-davis-former-marine-pleads-5686013?ICID=FB_mirror_main

A former US Marine has pleaded guilty to the killing of his 58-year-old stepfather after giving him an “atomic wedgie” following an argument.

Brad Davis told cops he carried out the playground prank after Denver St Clair “jumped him” following a night of drinking at their home in Oklahoma before attacking him.

 

 The 34-year-old now faces up to 35 years in prison after prosecutors agreed to reduce a first-degree murder charge to manslaughter in exchange for the plea.

The court affidavit said he “grabbed St Clair's underwear and gave him an atomic wedgie.

"Davis allegedly pulled the elastic waistband of St Clair's underwear over his head and around his neck.”

Oklahoma Medical Examiner spokeswoman Amy Elliott said the cause of death was asphyxiation and blunt force trauma after the elastic band was stretched too tightly over St Clair's neck.

Blood was found in the kitchen, the living room and on the ceiling.

Davis told detectives the altercation began when St Clair began verbal attacking his ex-wife Tressia - Davis' mother.

The two men began to fight before St Clair tried to punch Davis.

“I'd never seen this before, but when we first looked at our victim seeing the waistband of his underwear was around his neck,” said Pottawatomie County Sheriff Mike Booth.

Davis has told police he acted in self defence during the fight on December 2, 2013, but the death was ruled homicide.

St Clair was under a permanent protective order filed in 2008 by his wife Tressia.

The woman claimed she found her husband embracing, in a 'sexual way', a drinking buddy and that he later grabbed her by the neck and threw her through a bathroom door.

Court records show his wife filed for a divorce against him in 2010 but the divorce was dismissed. St Clair then filed for a divorce against her last year.

A Facebook page was set up after St Clair's death last year to remember the motorcyle-lover.

"He was one of a kind a man, he will be missed dearly," his daughter Carol St. Clair wrote.

“Uncle Denver would be proud of all motorcycles riding in his honour.

"Thank you to each and everyone who rode in his honour and helped with memorial service,” his niece Tonya Renee Lester Dawson added.

A district judge is due to sentence Davis in July.

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Edited by FalkeAuge

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wow youd think a wedgie would be associated by harmless prank..but in this case death..strange

 
 
 

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You're doing it right when you turn somebody ELSEs underwear into a weapon against them... MAD skill

All we need now is for someone to cash out from a purple nurple or a wet willy...

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Wow that is just effed up!  From seeing there was blood - I wonder as to the suffering the step father endured with a pair of tighty whities  being stretched up over his neck - enough to cause asphyxiation - what happened to the underneaths during all this.

 

Freaking weird and awful :(

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Seems like they would rip apart first,  must have been fruit of the looms? 

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Seems like they would rip apart first,  must have been fruit of the looms? 

​ROFL, but that's fucked up FT!

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