You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

I’ve been following the story of the “butt plumper” for a while now.  It’s real, it’s true, it’s not an urban legend.  It’s what happens when an idiot opportunist and vain bargain-hunting women collide.  Here is how the This-Is-True newsletter tells the story, via The Miami Herald:

“Oneal Ron Morris came up with a special concoction, a combination of cement, mineral oil, and Super Glue, which he  brought to “pumping parties”, according to police in Miami Gardens,  Florida.   At such events, Morris allegedly injected people’s buttocks with  his formula to round them out.  Police got on Morris’s trail after a  woman allegedly treated by Morris nearly died when his so-called “Fix-  a-Flat” material spread through her body, leading to infections.  She is still recovering. The 30-year-old victim, who paid $700 for the  procedure, was “screaming in pain” and made Morris stop, police say. It  took months for investigators to catch up to him, but when he was  arrested for practicing medicine without a license and causing bodily harm, officers were so shocked by his appearance, they took full-length  mug shots. It’s not that Morris is a man who looks like a woman, but rather that Morris had apparently been using the goo on himself: he has a gigantic butt.”

Oneal Morris dressed in a tunic and leggings, slim on top with a massive behind

1 thought on “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up”

  1. Gloria O Bryant

    Randy Cassingham has a knack for finding the most outrageous & true stories. That guy must have been using his Fix-a-Flat on his head as well!
    Definitely makes you glad not to see your own name listed in his newsletter or column as one of the really stoooopid critters that litter our planet.

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