Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Couch Humper’s Attorney Working on Plea Deal

Gerard Streator, the man who gave the “love seat” a new meaning, is due in Waukesha County Circuit Court for a sentencing hearing on February 25, 2013. Streator, a 47-year-old hotel worker from Waukesha, Wisconsin, was arrested last September for lewd and lascivious behavior; apparently for humping a curbside-couch. As detailed in a criminal complaint, Streator’s 11:00pm furniture rendezvous was interrupted by an off-duty police officer out for a jog. The cop, Ryan Edwards, reported spotting “a subject leaning over the couch facing down and it looked like he was having sexual relations with someone on the couch.”

Streator’s attorney, Jonathan LaVoy, claimed that he and prosecutors are working on a plea deal, according to Streator’s punishment might wind up being nothing more severe than probation, a work release, or a fine. The man who became famous for getting “sexual with a sectional” is currently involved in treatment. LaVoy says that he plans to present the judge with a doctor’s assessment of Streator’s mental condition at the hearing.

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