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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Prostitute Stabbed Me, Man Tells Cops

Posted By on Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 4:45 PM

click to enlarge Hookers can get pretty stabby. (Pic is True Romance's Alabama Whitman, mid-stab.)
  • Hookers can get pretty stabby. (Pic is True Romance's Alabama Whitman, mid-stab.)
So this guy got himself a prostitute near the corner of Mission and Harrington streets in the Ingleside on Saturday morning sometime before 8:30 a.m. We have no idea why anyone would want to do anything that early on a Saturday, much less a prostitute. But hey.

So this guy and this prostitute do the hibbity dibbity. Then they get in this cab to go to this guy's house, where he says he has money to pay this prostitute. But before they even get there, she apparently takes out a knife and stabs the guy in the forehead. This happens at 8:30 in the freakin' morning, mind you.

The guy calls the cops, and files his report just the same as he would have if he was knifed by say, his local butcher. If there were any ramifications from telling the cops he'd just hired and bedded a hooker, it's nowhere to be found.

San Francisco. Gotta love this town.

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