Some teenagers are seriously messed up in the head these days!
Remember two months ago when we told you about these two idiots that dug up a corpse and use the head to smoke pot from?
We didn't think things could get any worse. That is, until we heard about these three sickos.
It turns out three men in Wisconsin have been charged with trying to dig up a corpse and have sex with it!!!!
Whatever happened to a good ol' fashioned blow up doll???? Or YOUR HAND????
The three sickos, twin brothers Nicholas and Alexander Grunke and accomplice Dustin Radke, all 22 years-old, might be facing some jail time. And hopefully some psychiatric help as well.
The Wisconsin state Supreme Court just ruled yesterday that the law will now ban sex with dead bodies.
The Supreme Court had to get involved after the lower court judges ruled that nothing in state law prohibits necrophilia acts. Obviously, that prompted public outrage from the community which demanded something be done.
Justice Patience Roggensack, said "A reasonably well-informed person would understand the statute to prohibit sexual intercourse with a dead person."
Adding that the state law has been modified to ban sexual intercourse with anyone who does not give consent, whether or not the victim is dead or alive at the time of the act.
Wisconsin has now joined the other more than 20 states that prohibit necrophilia or the abuse of a corpse.
ALL states should prohibit that!
The new law comes from the incident which took place back in 2006 when the three idiots, who were 20 at the time, went to a cemetery to remove the body of a 20 year-old woman who had been killed the week before in a motorcycle crash.
The trio went armed with a couple of shovels, a crowbar, AND A BOX OF CONDOMS!
At least they were being safe, right?
They made it to the cemetery and dug up the grave but were not able to pry open the concrete vault. They then quickly fled after a car drove into the cemetery.
They were later found and charged with attempted sexual assault and theft.
The idiots involved could face up to 10 years in prison if they're convicted.
Let's hope they stay in jail for a long time and seek help.
[Images via Grant County Sheriff's Department.]