Perma-stiffy son gives dad a hard time
A MAN was arrested for stealing money in order to combat his painful ERECTIONS.
David Miller, 30, allegedly broke into his father Tommy’s flat and demanded cash for painkillers, which he had become addicted to after developing his stiffy condition.
He pulled a knife on him, saying: “I want you out, and I want money”
The father then called police, after which his son was arrested for burglary and attempted robbery.
However, the elder Miller has since posted bail, which was set at a £15,000.
The sympathetic dad said: “My son has a very rare disease, he has a priapism, which means he gets an erection that lasts five or six hours, and it’s very painful.
“They gave him drugs. That’s his problem, he’s addicted to them now.
“He’s been sick since he was little. I had him arrested. Now I’ve bailed him out.”