Widower Grandpa's Naughty Hobby

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July 14, 2006

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I seem to be perpetually single except for brief rather meaningless relationships. I am worried about growing old alone. I mean for now I seem to be able to get laid but I fear down the road it won't happen if my date isn't paid. Perhaps not the romantic way to think of the benefit of a long-term relationship but as much as some people fear monogamy leads to monotony, I think it's better to be bored with the same person than not getting any at all.

Older folks wisely, say that over time what we thought was so important when we were young seems less important as we age. Many claim that the libido slows down and we seek companionship not hot sex. However, maybe it's because of the infamous "little blue pill" but it seems getting old no longer means not craving a lay right up until one's last day. Perhaps, this has led some lonely individuals short of a partner to come up with some creative solutions.

According to the website for WTAE-TV 4 called The Pittsburgh Channel (07/12/06), one octogenarian found a way to keep the lust alive after the death of the love of his life 3 years ago. Felix Cocco is 80 years old and according to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review has pleaded guilty to trading crack for sex with prostitutes after being arrested twice, once in November 2005 and then again in February 2006. Police confiscated crack, packing materials, a digital scale and a pistol during his first arrest.

Mr. Cocco's defense attorney, Martha Bailor claimed the widower merely wanted to stay sexually active after the death of his wife so he turned to prostitutes. Assistant District Attorney Matt Wholey said that he would forgo mandatory sentencing of at least seven years in prison if Ms. Bailor would agree instead to a six to 18-month jail term for her client. The defense attorney remains concerned about Mr. Cocco's welfare while serving time, so he will undergo a presentence, health examination.

We know at least one part of him keeps working to get him into trouble.

Posted by Will Peters at July 14, 2006 11:10 AM

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