This story itself is funny enough but the comments to it are hilarious ... as was expected.
Kevin Dolak writing at ABC
A Northern California handyman was allegedly beaten and forced to do repairs around the home of two suspects who police say lured him to their home after a dispute about work he'd done for a relative of one of the alleged assailants.
Jason DeJesus, 36, and Chanelle Troedson, 33, have been arrested on charges of suspicion of assault, kidnapping and false imprisonment after allegedly luring the unnamed man to their San Jose, Calif., home Monday. The couple held the man at their home for seven hours before he daringly escaped from a nearby gas station where they had taken him to buy supplies, police said.
After some conflict between the victim and one of DeJesus' relatives, DeJesus requested the victim's presence at the house to conduct "repair work" on an appliance for them, Sgt. Jose Cardoza of the Santa Clara Sheriff's Office said.
"There was some back and forth with the original person, and the victim wanted to get paid. Then DeJesus got involved," Cardoza told ABCNews.com. "He contacted the victim, and said, 'Maybe we can work something out while you're down here. Why don't you do some work?'"
When the alleged victim arrived at the suspect's house, police said, he was immediately assaulted, held against his will and repeatedly threatened for several hours. He was forced to repair appliances in their kitchen and do other repairs around the house, Cardoza said.....