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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

A Miami man's attempt to conduct a threesome with his wife and another woman ended in a spell in the cells after he was accused of assaulting his spouse with a brace of TVs.

Deputy sheriffs were called to a kerfuffle at a home in Naples Florida, the Naples News reports, where they found Jorge Daniel Silva, 22, his wife, another woman and a pair of TVs, all in various states of disarray.

Silva, his wife and the the third wheel agreed they had planned a threesome to while away the dull Sunday afternoon.

However, Silva apparently attacked his wife after she and the third party engaged in some light snogging. Mrs Silva claimed her husband had freaked out, forcing the women to retire to the bedroom before Silva smashed down the door.

The enraged and presumably conflicted Silva then struck his wife, she claimed, before picking up a large screen TV that he then swung at her "like a bat".

Silva then, allegedly, picked up a second TV and threw it at his cowering wife. When the other woman tried to intervene, he punched her, it was claimed.

For his part, Silva alleged that his wife attacked him after she kissed the other woman and the frolicking pair refused to let him join in. He smashed the door down, he claimed, because he thought the pair had scaled down the liaison from a threesome to a twosome.

The cops then hit Silva with charges of felony battery, held him in custody and concluded all three were under the influence of alcohol. ®

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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