Folks, how many of you have ever thought, “if that man does me wrong one more time – I will chop his balls off?” And after removing his manhood, how many of you wore it as jewelry? Well, rest easy good people, you are not alone!
What started as a romantic love story between a sixty-five year old man and a much younger model turned into a comedy tragedy. This story started when a 21-year-old male underwear model named Renato Seabra “fell in love” with an older journalist named Carlos Castro. Castro was a lonely old man, and Seabra wanted to get out of Portugal – in other words, they had a lot in common!
It was match made in heaven that started in the Spring of 2010. They danced and sang; they sang and danced. It was perfect…that is until the Summer of 2010. That’s when things heated up as Seabra began to have dalliances with women. This infuriated the older man and before you knew it, they had entered the winter of their relationship by the Winter of 2010.
While on vacation in New York City, Seabra couldn’t take anymore of his lover’s constant complaining, so he did what any reasonable person would do: he killed Castro by bashing his head in with a computer monitor and then stomping him to death. It was like he was re-enacting that one scene from American History X. Afterwards, Seabra knew that there would be much to miss about Castro – namely his balls. So, Seabra did what all of us would do in this situation – he cut Castro’s testicles off with a corkscrew and then he wore them as bracelets around his wrists.
Seabra could have gotten away with the murder because no one knew he was involved – if it weren’t for his belief that his dead lover’s balls could cure AIDS. Seabra was arrested as he wandered through downtown Manhattan attempting to heal the world by touching people with his “magic talisman” in an effort to cure the HIV virus. I mean, it makes sense. Think about it, who hasn’t thought about wandering through a large metropolitan city asking people to let you rub your dead boyfriends penis on them for luck? I know I haven’t.
Now Seabra is set to go on trial. The defense is asking that “Seabra be found not guilty by reason of insanity.” They claim that his “rage against his older love was a result of their break-up.” I think he may be reaching with that plea – after all, there is nothing insane about what Seabra did. If I had to sleep with an old dude, I would probably bash his brains in with a computer monitor too!
Now the only question is: will the prosecution rise to the occasion and a win a stiff punishment against Seabra? Or will they fail to get a conviction and limp away from whatever case the defense has erected? Either way, I am sure someone will be feeling a little blue…