Calley had said it was a man, about his age in his early 30s but couldn’t remember much else. The autopsy was going to be critical: the body was comprehensively diced into lumps of white skin and pink flesh with some of the characteristics soon identified, in particular a complete scrotum that had miraculously survived and an impressive John Thomas, flaccid but withered and bruised. Large tufts of pubic hair tangled with husks of maize, taken with the private parts suggested a white male Caucasian with ginger hair, an sign that he could have been a stud of Irish descent.
Neville Hunt 11 months ago
Haha! Love it! The whole of this is better than some of the parts, which seem to have been generously spread about.