Douche O' The Day: Groom Sexually Assaults Waitress at His Own Wedding

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Douche O' The Day: Groom Sexually Assaults Waitress at His Own Wedding

Offered Her $100 and Told Her to "Kiss me like you mean it!"

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And now, another exciting PSA from the Chicks on the Right:

Guys, don't cheat on your wives. Also guys, don't attempt to cheat on your wives at your own wedding. And also guys, don't attempt to cheat on your wives at your own wedding and then sexually assault a waitress when she refuses your advances. 

By following the above instructions to the letter, you are assured to remain married to your spouse for the duration of your wedding night. After that, well...

We mentions this as we recently learned of a groom who was escorted out of his own wedding reception in handcuffs after allegedly sexually assaulting a teenage waitress and fighting police.

Matthew Aimers, 31, allegedly asked a waitress if they could “go outside and make out," assuring her that they could do “whatever” she wanted, the affidavit states.

When the waitress turned down his advances, Aimers allegedly followed her into the women’s bathroom and forced her into an empty stall.

The waitress told police he started kissing her against her will before trying to unbutton her pants and then exposed himself. When the girl tried to break free, Aimers allegedly offered her $100, the documents allege.

The police were later called to the scene, where they found Aimers pushing and punching people.

Boy, the bride really picked herself out a winner, huh?

Please to enjoy the Chicks on the Right giving Aimers a $100 beatdown, free of charge:

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