She coulda just told him to bite his tongue but she did it for him instead....
After an argument on a Valentine's Day date, a Chicago man tried to kiss and make up with his girlfriend.
But the girlfriend bit off a chunk of his tongue, prosecutors said.
On Sunday morning, Judge Israel Desierto ordered Elaine Cook, 51,
held in lieu of $100,000 in bond court. Cook, of Skokie, shook her head
repeatedly as prosecutors detailed the argument.
Cook and her boyfriend, who
had been dating for 10 months, went out for Valentine's Day last week,
according to prosecutors and court records.
Shortly after returning to Cook's north suburban apartment, the two
started arguing and she asked her boyfriend to leave, Assistant State's
Attorney Eve Reilly said. The man, 47, put on his shoes and started to
head out the door when he tried to make amends, Reilly added.
"He told her they should stop fighting and went to kiss her," Reilly said, "and she bit off a large portion of his tongue."
The man ran to the kitchen sink. Cook followed, placed the detached
tongue in her hand and threw it on the counter. He put the severed
tongue in a bag of ice and called 911, prosecutors said.
Here's your stern, un-fun lesson on why you shouldn't hook up with a co-worker at the company Christmas party. According to a new survey, about 10% of office party romances end in someone either getting disciplined . . . or FIRED.
This just in, courtesy of the crack team of statisticians over at AshleyMadison.com (which is essentially Match.com for married people looking to have an affair): There's a pretty good chance you're going to bang a co-worker at this year's office holiday party. The sooner you accept it, the sooner you can stop pretending that you don't picture Jennifer from Accounting every time you sleep with your wife.
The boozy office party is traditionally a time for staff to let their hair down after a years' hard work, but with dark corners and copious alcohol things may often escalate.
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