Vacuum sex act draws 90-day sentence

By | March 28, 2009

A man police caught performing a sex act with a car wash vacuum has been sentenced to 90 days in prison.

Jason Leroy Savage must also submit to drug testing.

The 29-year-old from Michigan, was sentenced Wednesday at Saginaw County Circuit Court. Savage pleaded no contest to indecent exposure last month.

via Vacuum sex act draws 90-day sentence – Criminal weirdness- msnbc.com.

Jail? Complete waste of taxpayer money. Are you telling me any homeless guy can go get 90 days free room and board at the county jail by pulling a stunt like this? If he was serious about getting hot over a max-vac, check him in to a mental hospital and get him some therapy.

2 thoughts on “Vacuum sex act draws 90-day sentence

  1. Ann

    Prisons and jails are a multi-billion dollar industry in the US today. So, why not send him to jail – support the economy …. as great as it is.

    (You see, no one has come up with a plan to make money with mental hospitals… So, they’re just a thing of the past. Big pharma saw to that.)

  2. James

    I have always imagined the illusion of the jail system as a profit maker is because while some local officials or local government may make money off of fines etc, by and large there is always a massive money sink in the form of tax payer dollars going into the jail – therefore forming a large net loss.

    I think the difference between jails and mental hospitals is that mental hospitals (sometimes just a single ward or floor in a normal hospital) are actually paid for by the people in there, not taxpayers (if I am correct). I don’t know that much about the current state of large mental institutions or how they are paid for, but I do know from experience that there are psych wards inside hospitals that are paid for normally.

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