Sweet Jesus. What is it with republican senators and getting it on with other men in public bathrooms? From the Washington Post:
Sen. Larry Craig (R-Idaho), a three-term senator, “pleaded guilty earlier this month to misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges stemming from his June arrest by an undercover police officer in a men’s restroom at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.”
Craig was evidently just trying to play footsie,
Craig, 62, was merely accused of playing footsie under the stall door and “brush[ing] his hand beneath the partition between them.” Craig contends that it’s all a big misunderstanding, explaining to police that “he has a wide stance when going to the bathroom.”
and doing something with this hand, but still tried to get out of it by flashing his credentials.
Craig showed officers his Senate business card and asked them: “What do you think about that?” Apparently, not too much, as he was arrested, fined $500 and “placed on one year’s probation, beginning Aug. 8, the date he pleaded guilty. He could face an additional $500 in fines and a 10-day jail sentence if he violates probation.”
It seems like only yesterday that Bob Allen started paying black men to suck them off, you know, because he was afraid of them.