A Florida man struck out while trying to execute a triple play — involving his wife, a buddy and a baseball bat.
Robert Briley, 44, was arrested on Dec. 16 after allegedly taking a swing at his buddy, whom he’d asked to join in on a threesome with him and his wife, TCPalm.com reported today.
The incident began at 3:55 a.m. in Vero Beach, where Briley and his friend had reportedly been drinking the day before.
Briley “repeatedly asked [the friend] to have a threesome,” but his friend refused, according to a police report obtained by the site.
In the report, the officer notes that Briley wanted his wife to engage in fellatio with his friend, and then the three would have sex. When Briley pushed the issue further, the friend said he would take Briley’s 37-year-old wife into his room alone.
Briley allegedly became irate and started swinging the aluminum bat.
Nobody was injured, but after the chaos, Briley went to sleep and was woken up by police. He said he’d been drinking, according to the report, but denied swinging the bat at his friend.
Briley was charged with aggravated assault and taken to jail.
It’s not the only menage-a-tragedy to hit the pages of The Huffington Post. Last year, a man died while having an extra-marital threesome in Georgia. William Martinez’s family won a $3 million lawsuit after it was revealed that Martinez’s cardiologist didn’t warn him to avoid physical exertion.