Police Arrest Man Who Claimed He Was Trying To Avoid Sex With Girlfriend
Police have charged a man who claimed that he locked himself inside a hot car to avoid having sex with his girlfriend.
Khrystian Collins, 24, locked himself inside the Kia Optima and refused to get out when the police arrived, telling them that his girlfriend always wants to have sex and it was too hot inside their apartment.
According to police, Collins' girlfriend confirmed his account, adding that he ran out of the apartment because he didn't want to have sex with her.
He has been charged with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, trespass and domestic violence.
WFMJ reported that a 24-year-old woman rung police on Thursday afternoon because Collins had locked himself inside her car and wouldn't get out.
An officer spoke to Collins through a window that was cracked open a few inches and he explained what had happened. More police arrived, including a supervisor who reached inside the vehicle in a bid to unlock the door.
According to WFMJ this was successful and police had to pull him from the car because he was refusing to move.
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Collins was taken to St. Joseph Hospital for treatment after explaining that he was injured and he was then booked into jail.
His girlfriend claimed that Collins had threatened to hit her and he has pleaded not guilty to all the charges during a video arraignment in Warren Municipal Court on Friday.
Another court hearing for Collins has been scheduled for September.
Collins said he didn't want to get down and dirty because it was too hot but it's actually a matter of statistical fact that young men aren't having as much sex as they used to because they're spending more time streaming stuff, playing video games and flicking through social media.
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The survey has been conducted by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago since 1972, as a means of monitoring societal change and studying the 'growing complexity' of society.
The report found that 23 percent of adults - nearly one in four - said they had not had sex in the past year, with a large number of them being '20-something men', according to the Washington Post.
Some young adults had not had any for even longer, with the report adding: "The portion of Americans 18 to 29 reporting no sex in the past year more than doubled between 2008 and 2018."
Jean Twenge, a professor of psychology at San Diego State University, believes the rise of technology could be a potential factor as to why 20-somethings are having less sex, saying: "(There are) more things to do at 10 o'clock at night than there were 20 years ago."
LADbible has contacted the City of Warren Police Department for a statement.
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