In response to a 911 hang-up call, a South Carolina cop was dispatched Thursday to a residence in the city of Chesnee (pop. 868), where a 58-year-old woman had an unsettling story to tell.
The woman, who apparently had second thoughts about speaking with an emergency dispatcher, told a Spartanburg County Sheriffs Office deputy that “she and her husband has had some sex problems for the past two years.”
However, instead of seeking counseling or therapy, her spouse–who happens to be 72–“wants her to hook up with his sisters,” the woman said.
Declaring that she is “not like that,” the woman told the deputy that she “wants her sister-in-laws to stop coming to her residence,” apparently so that she could avoid any unwanted familial encounters.
Faced with this sticky domestic situation, the deputy could only explain the state’s trespass law to the woman, whose name we have redacted from a sheriffs report.