It was an accident, I didn't mean to do it!

Many a man has used this line when caught for relational discrepancies, but now one man has gotten paid for it!

A devout Christian who said an accident at work boosted his libido and wrecked his marriage as he turned to prostitutes and pornography was awarded more than 3 million pounds ($5.89 million) in damages Tuesday.

Stephen Tame, 29, from Suffolk, suffered severe head injuries in a fall, transforming him from a loyal newlywed into a "disinhibited" character who had two affairs.

He was in a coma for two months after falling from a gantry while working at a bicycle warehouse shortly after his marriage in January 2002. Doctors said it was a miracle he survived.

Awarding him 3.1 million pounds in compensation at London's High Court, Judge Michael Harris said: "His life and the life of his young wife were shattered."

His former employer, Professional Cycle Marketing, of Essex, had argued through their lawyers that his injuries were not as bad as suggested in court.

I wonder if he plans to try and get ole' girl back. Money and gifts seem to help the healing process.
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Lance said...

hold up...
HE fell...that means HE was clumsy. and the company got sued and HE won...on some dumb shit like that????

wow...i think i need to drop a pallet of 2-liter soda (320 bottles) on me and sue too...i know i can get paid!

rich said...

No doubt! Dudes been banging it up for years and now someone finds a way to blame it on someone else and get paid in the process. I think old boy got tired of the constraints and decided to just get buck wild for a minute. He got busted because he had no skills.

Keep in mind, I'm not condoning being permiscuous or anything, but them not mentioning him trying to resolve could possibly mean he was glad to be rid of her "uptight" nature.

Granted, there are some freaks in the church (not that I would know firsthand, I'm just saying).

Girly_Girl said...

"I wonder if he plans to try and get ole' girl back. Money and gifts seem to help the healing process."

Isn't that the truth?