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Sunday, 20 September 2009

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Ghandi Was Named After Gandhi

In Lake Charles, Louisiana - Authorities here said a naked 81-year-old man was able to hold a drunken intruder, who may have been trying to burglarize the place, at pecker point until deputies arrived, nearly four hours later.

Gladstone Gandhi jumped out of bed very early Saturday morning when his dog started growling and attacking the intruder.

He said that he and Mrs Gandhi had just had sex for the third time when the dog started barking and went out back to let the guy know how he felt about home invaders.

"I guess he was afraid I would sexually attack him as I had no clothes on at the time and, as sometimes, the pill I had taken sometimes lasts four hours."

"Then there was the dog."

Ghandi, a World War II veteran, said he didn't even notice he was standing outside in the dark without any clothes on until he saw the invader looking at his crotch.

Authorities arrived to find a drunk intruder being held outside by a dog and his naked homeowner at pecker point.

The 26-year-old intruder was booked into the Tangerine County Jail on an attempted burglary charge.

"I also lost my erection just as the police had the guy handcuffed and placed into the squad car."

"After 81 years, Little Ghandi has never let me down. Of course the dog, Ghinda and Mrs. Ghandi with her big vibrator helped!"

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