Here’s Where a Woman Gets a Stun Gun For Losing a Bet on Packers
I’m sure plenty of you made a bet on Monday’s Green Bay Packers game with your scumbag Chicago Bears friend. Mine involved a shot.
Well, a husband and wife team that were hanging out in Mayville, Wisconsin Monday night beat that all to shit. Their names are John and Nicole Grant. John is a Bears fan. Nicole is a Packers fan.
Apparently, the couple was drinking heavily at Sidelines Tap in Mayville, when they agreed to bet that the fan of the winning team would get to use a stun gun on the fan of the losing team. And then it gets better…
A 12:39 a.m. a Mayville Police officer responded to Dan’s King Pin, 31 N. Main St., to speak to a woman who reported that her husband had used a stun gun on her three times while at Sidelines Tap, 111 S. Main St.
The wife said that while the two were smoking cigarettes outside of Sidelines, Grant had used the stun gun twice on her butt and once on her thigh. She said that she has burn marks on her butt although she did not request emergency medical treatment.
After the game the two walked back to the semi-truck that they call home and Grant was angry. He threw his wife’s dog out of the truck and would not let the woman in. At that time she walked back to Dan’s King Pin to use a telephone.
So, let’s recap this.
They’re ripped and make a bet — an insanely stupid bet. The husband follows through and uses the stun gun three times on his old lady after the Bears win. Three times! So things are all good, but they’re still ripped, mind you.
So, then they return to their domicile, which is a semi! There’s a fight and John throws the dog out (the dog who lives in a semi!) and won’t let Nicole in. She gets pissed, says I’ll show you and goes and calls the cops and reports the incident.
Ah, a well crafted plan!
This ends about how you would assume. The cops can’t arrest John for using the stun gun on Nicole because texts and a cell phone video show she gave consent.
But, wait! Stun guns are illegal in Wisconsin without a concealed carry permit and guess who doesn’t have one of those?
You know it!
John now faces up to $10,000 in fines and six years in prison.
Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.