Drunk tuxedo-wearing Seattle man opens fire on couple who interrupted public oral sex
A Seattle man wearing a tuxedo was arrested last week and charged with felony assault for shooting at a couple who caused his oral sex session to come to a premature end, according to The Smoking Gun.
The victims told police they were walking down the street around 2 a.m. Tuesday morning while having a verbal argument. When they turned a corner, they saw 64-year-old Paul Hunter standing in an alcove receiving oral sex from a woman. After being noticed, the woman got up and left the scene.
The victims said Hunter “got angry and started walking away,” but he turned around and fired one shot at them. After firing off the round, he continued walking away.
No one was injured in the shooting.
The couple called 911, and police were able to find Hunter — who was described as “older, wearing a tuxedo and having white hair” — with the automatic handgun still tucked into his pants. The officers also noted Hunter appeared to be “highly intoxicated.”
A witness collaborated the victim’s claims, and he told police that Hunter “had given the woman money and was angry at not getting anything in return. He heard them continue to talk about stepping into the alcove to finish things.” The witness also found a shell casing from the gun, which he turned over to police.
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