This almost sounds like the beginning of a joke. It would go something like this. An Attorney General and a stripper walk into a cemetery for lunch. No, you really need a third person to make the joke work. Actually there was a third person now that I think about it, a cop.
Yesterday, Roland Corning who is 66 and a deputy attorney general in South Carolina in charge no doubt of vice, was caught in a cemetery with an 18 year old stripper at lunch and with a bunch of sex toys. Oh and Viagra which Roland says he likes to have handy just in case. A policemen spotted the couple in the car, but before he could get to them, Roland sped away and started driving and putting on his clothes while presumably the stripper put away her portable pole.
After they got dressed, Corning decided to pull over. He then flashed his badge at the cop and this is where Corning's day got a whole lot worse. The policeman's wife works at the Attorney General's office and so called her to see if Corning was legit. He was and despite finding the sex toys, the Viagra and the couple having conflicting stories about what they were doing in the cemetery, the policeman let him go.
Meanwhile back at the office, the policeman's wife told her boss who told his boss and Corning was fired before he even got back to the office.
"We received credible information about inappropriate behavior Monday afternoon," McMaster (South Carolina Attorney General) said Wednesday. "And by the close of business, he (Corning) was no longer working here. Such a trip to the cemetery would not be appropriate, at any time, for an assistant attorney general."
"However, the Governor is allowed to use state money to fly to Argentina and have sex with his mistress, but dammit we will not have grown men having sex with strippers in our cemeteries."
You have to draw the line somewhere.
To read the police report and all about Corning's vibrating peen rings, click here.