Sometimes you go to a party and things just go south. It could be for any number of reasons but they really don’t matter. However when the host is the one to blame, it’s advisable to let him know about his transgressions as a lesson for the future. An upper decker is never a bad move. It’s the penalty that keeps on giving. There is one precautionary piece of advice I can give hosts to avoid unfortunate situations. Never invite Colombian prostitutes to a party then kick them out without paying for services rendered. All bets are off the table cause the shit is on it.
According to Honduran media reports, the ambassador’s bodyguard and close friend Jorge Mendoza organized a party at the embassy to celebrate Christmas that turned into a booze-fueled orgy with prostitutes.
Reports said the prostitutes stole embassy computers and cell phones, and defecated on the desks of the ambassador and the commercial attache, after they were asked to leave without being paid.
“A scandal in our foreign service is a stain on the country’s name. Diplomatic missions are sacred,” said lawmaker Rodolfo Zelaya.
It’s all fun and games until a couple hookers start acting out 2 girls 1 cup on your office desk. Honduras should consider this a win considering there was no mention of blow or donkeys. You probably thought we were going to link to a donkey show video. Sick bastards.
Most people who were aware of the 1994 World Cup at the time remember the name Andres Escobar*. If they don’t, his story still resonates with them. He played for Colombia and is best known for being murdered after scoring an own goal in the tournament. Several drug kingpins were upset with him for causing Colombia to crash out of the competition after losing 2-1 to the US. Let’s just say they had a bit of money riding on Colombia making the second round.
Players, managers and team officials in many countries are used to threats from fans and gamblers when results don’t go their way. Here’s video of ultras protesting Roma’s horrific 4-3 loss to Genoa at their Trigonia training ground on Sunday.
Fans expressing their disappointment by way of pyrotechnics or beatings is expected. Pre-meditated murder is not. Carlos Noe Gomez, vice-president of Guatelmalan team Deportivo Xinabajul was shot and killed after leaving a team meeting last Friday. He received death threats related to the team’s performance prior to his death. They’re currently at the bottom of the league. One has to imagine it’s going to be hard to fill that opening.
If that’s not bad enough, a player from another team was found “chopped up and left in five plastic bags in a rural area with a note saying the player had been killed for ‘messing with other women’” back in November.
Incidents like these make people wish for the good old days of Arkan. At least he was predictable.
*Far be it for us to recommend watching anything on ESPN but you’re missing out if you haven’t seen “The Two Escobars” yet.