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Gamer Fined After Drugging His Girlfriend So He Could Play Xbox All Night

Xbox addict sentenced to pay a fine after drugging his girlfriend so he could play video games.

Inah Garcia





Although couples are usually brought together by same interests, it is not uncommon to see couples who do not agree on all things. While it may cause fights and misunderstandings, these differences teach couples to be more patient and to love unconditionally — to compromise and to find ways to satisfy the needs and wants of each other. But for one German man, his idea of getting a compromise is far beyond amiable.

A 23-year-old man was fined for drugging his 24-year-old girlfriend just so he could play video games all night.

One night in August 2014, the girlfriend got home from a 10-hour shift at work. She wanted to spend the entire night in a sound and peaceful sleep. But because the boyfriend and his friend had already planned an all-nigter with the Xbox, they had to find a way to continue with their plan. And so the boyfriend, who was then on drugs, decided to put his girlfriend in deep sleep through the help of drugs.

“I only put four or five drops into her tea,” the man told the court.

The girlfriend slept in but still felt drowsy on her way to work the following day. So she went for a checkup and soon enough, she found that she was drugged. The boyfriend admitted his wrongdoing the next day.

“Your girlfriend slept long and deeply, which didn’t harm her, but this is certainly a premeditated bodily harm,” the judge told the man in court.

The man was asked to pay USD541. According to the man, he already quit drugs and is about to start on an apprenticeship soon. As expected, the couple broke up.

Here is an animated video presentation about the incidents that transpired:

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