Friday, 1 February 2008

Man watches porn on nun's computer

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In no way is it childish and immature to find the following story amusing:

"HAMILTON, N.J. — A civilian State Police employee was accused of sneaking into a church to look at pornography on a nun's computer. Police arrested Thomas G. Findler Wednesday and charged him with burglary and theft. Authorities said Findler had been sneaking into Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church in the night over the last three weeks to look at pornography. Wednesday morning, a church custodian found Findler, who worships at the church, on a nun's computer. The custodian chased him out, right into a police officer who happened to be nearby. Findler works in a local office for the state police. Reached Thursday morning, Findler's father said his son was not home."

6 comments:

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Baldrick! I have a cunning plan...

Skeptic_Al said...

I'm sure there's a good "bash the bishop" joke lurking in here somewhere.

Paul said...

It conjures up a whole new meaning to the term Nunsploitation.

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similasan said...

Is this true? What a shame he could somehow control himself. But anyways this was already happened and he should suffer the consequences of his immoral act.