09 March 2006

Faster Than You can Ask Whether Someone Has Prince Albert in a Can

From the Associated Press:

Authorities arrested a man accused of making thousands of harassing and obscene calls to random cell phone numbers in at least eight counties.

James R. Hood, 43, was charged with one count of compelling prostitution, or offering money for sex. He posted bond and was released from the Coshocton County jail, the sheriff's office said Wednesday.

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Hood's phone records show he made 2,623 calls in 20 days, "all basically obscene in nature," Coshocton County deputy Brent McKee said.

The calls were made between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m., Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said.

If you do the math, 2,623 harassing calls made in 20 hours works out to an irate call recipient every 27 seconds on average. This jackass is a telemarketing manager's dream employee.

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