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We can’t lie. Certain public masturbation stories make us laugh. We wouldn’t recommend it, but the fact there are guys out there who think they can ‘pull it off’ despite the obvious downsides to getting caught is nuts.

There is a line though (which should be your front door). Once in a while someone crosses that line in a way that’s pretty repulsive. And it’s usually crossed by a priest/pastor .. take your pic.

A prominent Louisiana-based Christian pastor known for his anti-gay stance was convicted of obscenity yesterday after being caught masturbating at a public park near a children’s playground last year.

As NOLA.com reports, Rev. Grant Storm was sentenced to three years’ probation after the incident in Lafreniere Park. Storm is quoted as calling public masturbation “a thrill” in his confession. However, despite an eyewitness account cited by the New Orleans Times-Picayune which stated that 55-year-old pastor had been “looking at the playground area that contained children playing, with his zipper down” at the time of his arrest, authorities denied any suspicions that he was a pedophile.

“Lafreniere Park is a public place,” Judge Ross LaDart is quoted as saying when he announced the verdict, according to the publication. “Lafreniere Park is a place that was chosen by this defendant to engage in a history of masturbation.”

At the time of his arrest, Storms told officers on the scene he was attempting to urinate in a bottle inside van. He later admitted to concocting the story. “I’m confessing to having my hand in my pants,” Storms is quoted by Best Of New Orleans as saying at the time. “That’s all I’m going to say.”

Deeming himself a “Christian patriot,” Storms is notorious in New Orleans’ lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community for his vocal opposition to the annual Southern Decadence festival, one of the largest gay-themed events in the world, in the French Quarter.

“We want them out of town,” he told ABC, before condemning city officials as “legalized prostitutes.”

He later told the news channel he hoped to take his anti-gay fight nationwide, including Las Vegas. “We want to take it to every city in the United States, wherever stuff goes on,” he said.

I don’t think this qualifies as ‘family values’, and it seems neither does the law. If it wasn’t plainly obvious already, Tug Bro does not endorse this kind of behaviour… you know .. being a priest.

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