Police were called to the home of a homosexual man in Manchester on Tuesday night, after a party to celebrate the latter's birthday got 'slightly out of hand'.
The man, Larry Sabu, 20, was marking his 21st birthday with a house party, and had invited countless gay men to his luxury flat in Canal Street. Sabu, who was born on February 29th 1990, and, therefore, experiences a birthday only once every four years, has actually only had 5 birthdays, theoretically making him 5 'years' old.
Being somewhat rebellious, however, Larry decided that he would 'buck the trend', if you'll pardon the expression, and make out as if he was normal - in terms of birthdays, at least.
According to neighbours, everything went well until midnight when 'couples' started spilling out into the street. John Fadge, who lives next door to Larry, said:
"I could hear this grunting sound, and then someone shouted "You brute!" My wife had had enough. She went round there to complain, but was met with a fearsome sight."
His wife, Deidre told us:
"There were men all over the place with trousers around their ankles and no underpants. Many of them were buggering each other. It was well horny!"
Police were called, and attended the scene in numbers. Senior police chief Oscar Cragthorpe told reporters:
"This was a most unsavoury incident involving a large number a rear admirals who were intent on indulging in what can only be described as rampant rectal ramming. It's not for me, but I know many people do enjoy it."
Mr Sabu was arrested and taken into custody, but later released without charge. He said:
"Personally, I am a babba-stabber, but I also like my babba stabbed."
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Leap Year-related information for those who have nothing better to do:
In Denmark, tradition is that women may propose on the bissextile leap day, February 24, and that refusal must be compensated with 12 pairs of gloves.
In Finland, the tradition is that if a man refuses a woman's proposal on leap day, he should buy her the fabrics for a skirt.