Prostitution Linked to Tetanus in Ohio
A little low on Christmas shopping funds this year? Or are you looking for a tax-free way of generating a little extra income? The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports on a scheme involving a time-tested and recession-proof service.
Christopher S. Johnson, 33, an academic adviser at OSU's School of Nursing, and a real estate agent on the side, organized a $10-a-ticket raffle that offered an evening with a prostitute who is also a child sex-abuse caseworker, police said. The raffle participants were part of an invitation-only party at the house of fellow real estate agent Rusty Blades. With a name like that, we hope that free tetanus shots were offered to party participants.
It's unclear from the article how Johnson and Blades were caught. But it appears from the article that the prostitute, Vanise Dunn, will probably be in more trouble Johnson and Blades.
As Mark Knopfler sings on one of my favorite songs:
Punish the monkey
And let the organ grinder go.