Saturday, November 24, 2007

Putting A Different Spin on Auto Erotic

After publicly pleasuring himself on a BMW on display at the Home and Garden Show, an Edmonton man has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and two years on probation.

Court heard Wong was observed checking out three BMW vehicles on display at the Home and Garden Show on March 22. Then, he was seen sitting on the roof of a 2007 BMW 328i sedan, valued at $50,000. Shortly after that, Wong had dropped his sweatpants to his ankles and was spotted masturbating while sitting with his legs dangling over the driver's door window.
Security eventually detained Wong until police showed up and a cleanup crew had to wash down the BMW.

According to psychiatrist Dr. Curtis Woods, Wong says he is "sexually attracted" to the BMW's rooftop because "it's curved like a woman's body, the sex appeal, it felt good."

Woods said Wong reported he also gets aroused by other cars, including a 1967 Camaro and a 1955 Chevy Bel Air, and blames the owners for buying the cars because it tempts him to "pleasure" himself.


You know, for all our jokes the other day about whether the guy who likes to ride bikes should be on the sex offenders registry, I think Mr Auto Erotica should be. Truly, if he blames the car owners for buying these vehicles then it’s a sign he takes no responsibility for controlling his urges, and I really do think that he should be banned from car dealerships, auto shows and parking lots.

Maybe someone should get him a car bed.

7 comments:

Boy Kim said...

I know that if he did this to my car I'd wanna throttle him... which brings a whole new meaning to Auto-Erotic Asphyxiation.

Sandra Ruttan said...

Okay, I'd just like to point out (in case you haven't noticed) that all these abnormal sexual quirks are limited to men. Do we hear about women masturbating on cars at auto shows? No. Do women try to have sex with traffic cones in public? No.

What's up with that?

Boy Kim said...

Hey, I think I've got copies of those DVDs you're talking... oh, wait, I mis-read it.

Sandra Ruttan said...

I'm really going to have to watch my words now that you're back!

norby said...

I'd like to know what's up with your sudden fascination with sexual fetishes. This is not the prudish Sandra we've come to know and love.

But yeah, this lack of empathy the guy has for the car owners is troubling. He sees the cars as there simply for his own pleasure and seems to think that if the owners didn't have them, he wouldn't do what he does. So what, if he goes by a dealership, is it the manufacturer's fault for wanting to sell their product?

Sandra Ruttan said...

Well, I go where the news takes me. Read the headlines, see what's interesting.

And I think part of it is that in looking at deviancy you're also processing what's normal. The writer in me is curious about what motivates people to do all sorts of things... including climbing on a BMW and masturbating in public.

Believe me, nobody's working on the TV movie of the week about this headline. And if I worked at a dealership, I'd want to be notified if this guy moved into my area.

We laugh at his reasoning and lack of responsibility, but that's only one step removed from "If women didn't have breasts I wouldn't want to touch them so it's their fault I molest them." It's really sick, and scary, logic at work. And that's why in this case, I could see a reason to put him on a registry. The guy with the bike, and the guy with the stuffed dog - neither brought women in as a variable. This guy did. I find that disturbing.

Patrick Shawn Bagley said...

Nothing beats a Caddy if you like a little junk in the trunk.

I'm just saying...