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Dad had gone out to get coffee and breakfast. Mom was helping their 4-year-old son on the toilet. Their 9-year-old daughter was playing Nintendo.
That was how the morning of Jan. 3 played out for the Wolfe family of Massachusetts inside Room 142 of the Homewood Suites in Mount Laurel, Burlington County. Soon, the Wolfes would pack up and finish their long drive home from Florida.
But, wait: The couple’s 22-month-old son was supposed to be on the hotel’s pull-out sofa, watching TV. Instead, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week in New Jersey, the toddler was choking on a used condom that had been left in their room before they checked in.
When Amy Wolfe heard her youngest child chewing and choking on the condom, she rushed over to help him and retrieved it from his mouth, but according to the lawsuit, the boy already had “ingested the contents.”
The suit contends that Homewood Suites and its subsidiaries, Hilton and Blackstone, put the boy at risk by leaving the “life threatening” item in the room and subjecting the boy to an increased risk of contracting a “sexually transmitted disease, including HIV or AIDS, or some other, potentially life threatening, potentially fatal illness.”
“The baby had to go through a lot of testing, and continues to, because of this disgusting, horrific incident that essentially violated the whole family, but mostly the young boy,” said the Wolfes’ attorney, Norm Hobbie, of Eatontown, Monmouth County. “It’s an extremely sensitive time for them.”
Homewood Suites did not return phone calls or e-mail seeking comment on the suit yesterday.
The 15-count complaint contends that all five Wolfes suffered severe mental anguish witnessing the incident, and that the boy’s siblings likely would have “psychiatric scars” because of it.
It says that Steven Wolfe has been forced to spend “great sums of money” to help cure his wife of a “loss of enjoyment of life.”
The suit says the Wolfes had been en route to Pittsfield, Mass., after spending the holidays with relatives in Fort Myers, Fla.
Virgin Galactic has rather churlishly rejected a $1m offer to allow an unnamed company to shoot a zero-grav grumble flick aboard its SpaceShipTwo vehicle – thereby depriving science of crucial research into how humanity might procreate during the very long haul to the nearest Earth-like planet once we’ve finally screwed this ball of dirt we call home.
That is another blow to Sex in space, after NASA Cancels “Sex In Space” Program.
The cash was slapped on the table “up-front, for a sex-in-space movie”, said the company’s prez, Will Whitehorn, According to Space.com. He confirmed: “That was money we had to refuse, I’m afraid.”
The rumpy-pumpy-free Virgin Galactic program is gearing up to take space tourists aloft aboard SpaceShipTwo at $200k a pop, having apparently already snaffled $40m in deposits from 280 customers keen to enjoy the two-hour jaunt to 62 miles (100km).
During the trip, punters will experience around five minutes of weightlessness – just long enough for a quick hump and a money shot, by our reckoning.
The original planned launch date of the service was 2007, although this has been revised to 2010. The first flight of the WhiteKnight Two mothership was recently knocked back to late 2008 at the earliest, while SpaceShipTwo trials begin next year.
Author Pierre Kohler claims in his new book La Dernière Mission : Mir, l’aventure humaine (The Final Mission: Mir) that both Astronauts and Cosmonauts have both taken part in experiments to see if sex is possible in space for future long duration missions.
According to the book, sex is indeed possible and after testing 20 through computer simulations, 10 were selected to test and it was found 3 positions that are possible without any mechanical devices to help out in the cosmic coupling.
Both the US and Russian Space agencies deny the claims vehemently. Either way, I’m sure the claims will sell a lot of books.
A lot of people holding their tickets to space will surely be interested in this book. Even with 5-15mins of weightless time, there will be people attempting ‘the deed’.
How long before we see 2010: A Space Orgy? Only time will tell…
That guy have a special request and having a MasterCard is Priceless.