A few years back (before I was with Turtleboy) someone evidently did a blog on this upstanding chud who goes by “Weymouth John,” after he made a video calling out the entire south shore to fight him.
“Fuck you Braintree.”
The other day he made another video warning people not to speak to the Weymouth Police, because he is a “dangerous scary dude who will fuck you up.” Of course he did that in his bedroom, which unsurprisingly consists of an idle mattress on the ground in an unventilated sweatbox filled with fart residue.
Evidently mother fuckers say he got no hoes, which he disputes.
He got “Irish hoes, Brazilian hoes, Puerto Rican hoes, Russian hoes, all different types of hoes with different area codes…..making like $5,000 a day.”
But despite the enormity of his success this walking tub of sex juice, who couldn’t get the panties to drop any faster if he tried, is now looking for handouts with a GoFundMe.
“I need a car please I’m mentally ill slow no job.”
Remarkably this man, who claims he lives in an unidentified group home, and who has an unidentified mental illness that would no doubt bring him a check from Uncle Sam once a month, has managed to get three morons to hand him $240 because he has “nothing to do all day.” Not because he’s looking for a job or needs to visit a sick relative. He’s just bored as shit, and can only make so many YouTube videos calling out everyone in Quincy.
Then again, maybe this is why he couldn’t get a job:
Cohasset police executed a search warrant last Friday (Dec. 3) at an apartment at 55 Elmwood Park in Quincy during which they seized computers, cellular telephones, and other electronics, including electronic media storage devices. Police are investigating the complaint made by a 21-year-old Cohasset woman last month (Nov. 14) that she had received upwards of 75 obscene, sexually graphic calls on her cell phone. Police said that the victim had a falling-out with a former co-worker, and she now alleges that he posted a sexually explicit ad on Craigslist that included her cellular telephone number. She received 54 calls within an hour after the ad was placed, police said. The suspect, John C. Hurley, 25, of Quincy, is being summonsed to Quincy District Court on a charge of criminal harassment and identity theft.
According to court documents, the alleged victim and Hurley were both employed at Shaw’s back in 2006. He was interested in pursuing a dating relationship with the alleged victim. She was not interested. At that time, Hurley was summonsed to court for making annoying phone calls to the girl and was told not to have any contact with her. The alleged victim told police Hurley had not contacted her in nearly four years until he allegedly sent an email last January to her Facebook page apologizing for his past behavior, court papers state. She did not respond. She also allegedly received voicemails from Hurley last spring and police warned him to not have any more contact with her.
I can’t believe that poor girl wouldn’t wanna get a piece of this sweet potato pie.
She really missed out on a life full of soiled mattresses, broken dreams, and dumpster selfies.
They could’ve had a GoFundMe for their wedding and Weymouth John could fight everyone who brought a gift of less than $100.
Anyway, if Weymouth John wants to come on the Live show next weekend I think it goes without saying at this point that he’s more than welcome. Email us if interested John – t[email protected]
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