Communicator (communicator) wrote,

Pastoring to the police

This story has been bandied about a bit.

An executive committee member of the Southern Baptist Convention was arrested on a lewdness charge for propositioning a plainclothes policeman outside a hotel, police said... When he left jail, he said:"I was set up. I was in the area pastoring to police."

This guy being one of those who says that gays can become straight if they 'accept Jesus Christ as their savior and reject their sinful, destructive lifestyle.'

There's a certain amount of chortling on the left/lib side about this, but I feel sorry for the old fellow. Why was he arrested? Since when is it illegal to go up to someone and offer them a blow job? I mean, if you don't fancy one you can always say no, right?

I agree if it was a young person, or if he kept pestering ('you sure you don't want one?'), then that might be cause for complaint, but otherwise it just seems ridiculous.

'Hello, I'd like to **** your **** '
'You're nicked.'

ETA humorously I find that what he actually did was 'Approached the undercover officer and sang the lyric "come-on 'a my house, come-on 'a my house, I'm gonna give you candy" as part of his solicitation.' Come on that's really sweet. Nobody should be arrested for that.
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