Remember the dude that Tasered his wife following a bet on the Bears-Packers game in November?
His name is John M. Grant, and he was found guilty of using a stun gun on his wife and subsequently fined $250.
According to reports, Grant, a Bears fan, bet his wife, a Packers fan, that he could use a Taser on her if Chicago won the Monday night matchup Nov. 4. Of course, that was the game Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in and Josh McCown led the Bears to a 27-20 victory.
So Grant did what any red-blooded (drunk) American man would do: He paid up on his bet, no matter how ridiculous it was.
Grant Tasered his wife twice in the buttocks (to which she responded "hell ya it hurt" in what may be the most underrated and obvious quote of all time) outside a bar in Wisconsin, prompting Grant's charge with felony possession of an electronic weapon.
Grant was also forced to pay court costs in addition to the fine — a total of $568.
So who really won the bet? Grant, a native of Tinley Park, Ill., may have gotten the opportunity to Taser his wife, but lost more than $500 in the process and had to attend court.
But, he also gained some notoriety in the process, so I guess it all kinds of evens out, right?