A Crime is a Crime is a Crime


I am eating my supper and reading my emails. I get email alerts from our home town news. I gulped on my piece of toast and almost choked as I read the reason someone was arrested.

During my own younger and middle-age days I have seen this same thing done and so much laughter and chasing each other around the room trying to get them back. Never in my wildest dreams did I think anyone could be charged or arrested for it.

I believe in reporting crime. I believe in reporting abuse, any type of abuse; but this; I would not consider it abuse; but then again, I am looking back on the old days where pranks and laughter were are part of our lives.

Here is the article;

SHELTON, CT — A Connecticut man was arrested Tuesday, Aug. 4, for allegedly giving a four year old child a “wet willy.”

According to police, Michael Migani, 34, stuck his finger in his mouth, then put it in the child’s ear in the presence of the boy’s mother. The child had been playing with his mother in the waiting room of a business when the incident occurred.

Authorities say Migani fled in his car when the mother and business employees confronted him about the incident. Police officers later stopped him.

Migani is charged with second degree breach of peace and second degree reckless endangerment. He was released on $500 bond and will appear in court Aug. 19.

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7 thoughts on “A Crime is a Crime is a Crime

  1. If this man was a complete stranger, he had no business doing a wet willy on the child. Still, arresting and charging him seems a bit over the top. But he should have known better.

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    • The article never showed whether he was a stranger or not,but it seems the man had been obviously interacting with the child at some point, so hard to figure out for sure. I agree though with the over the top. When I read the article my mind went to all the silly giggling that occurred from wet willys, but you make a point. Was he a stranger or not

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  2. oh…. i get it. he was not related to this child! he did not have permission to physically contact this child. imagine as a child some adult comes at you and sticks their finger in your ear. interesting case. i am sure it will get people talking

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  3. I have to say if a stranger did that to my child there would be hell to pay, it does not sound from the bit you shared as if they knew this man or were interacting with him, the fact this was at a business and the staff felt the need to also confront him suggests he was not known to the parent and child,

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    • I have to agree after reading comments from so many, I have changed my mind. At first, I was thinking office, patients, children entertaining adults, but I have a new outlook on this now. Hugs

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