Four members of Wisconsin’s Lincoln High School state championship wrestling team got charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct this week for allegedly sexually harassing a 15-year-old teammate by repeatedly trying to touch him with their dicks. Oddly, they’re probably straight.
A 15-year-old boy told cops about his Lincoln High School teammates “dancing around him while they are naked, swinging their penises at him,” according to a criminal complaint based on an investigation by Wisconsin Rapids Police Department officers.
The freshman wrestler told cops that he was harassed “about five to ten times” during the season, and that “during some of those occasions he was hit by each of their penises on his leg.” Additionally, he told of one incident in the shower when a teammate “placed his penis on [victim’s] butt.” The boy added that he “could not get away because he was boxed in by two other wrestlers.”
On another occasion, the victim said that he “had to climb into a locker” to prevent being hit in the face by the penis of another wrestler.
A lot of people don’t know that most incidents of male-on-male sexual harassment actually occur because of a straight guys who want to intimidate and belittle their peers. Their aggressive “penis tag” sounds curiously like last year’s “ball tapping” game—such games are all about humiliation, not sex.