Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Platte City Alderman whips out genitals and asks to touch lady's vagina, has no game

Posted By on Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 4:19 PM

click to enlarge There once was a man from Platte City, who thought baring his dick might be pretty.
  • There once was a man from Platte City, who thought baring his dick might be pretty.

A furtive glance from across the room. A candlelit dinner with R. Kelly's "Bump 'N Grind" playing softly in the background. A negative Chlamydia test printout. These things get women in the baby-makin' mood.

Notice how I didn't include whipping out your man meat to display to the lady of your desire. Although it's already been proven that this move does not work for Kansas City men, Alderman Charles Cook of Platte City gave it a shot anyway.

According to KCTV 5 News, Alderman Cook allegedly pulled his pants down and his genitals out for the viewing pleasure of a lady he was driving home from work. Presumably to make things a little more romantic, he asked the woman, "Would this satisfy you?"

Alderman Cook -- a charitable, giving man -- is said to have even asked the lady if she'd like him to touch her vagina.

Gotta hand it to the lady for having the strength to refuse. She denied the request and said, "I would appreciate it if you would pull up your pants. I don't want to have sex with you. I don't want to do anything with you. I just want to get home."

So that's just where Alderman Cook took her and dropped her off, with his tail between his legs and, thankfully, his penis tucked back in there too.

He is charged today with second-degree sexual misconduct, a misdemeanor.

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