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... is "going to the cemetery."
Roland Corning, a former South Carolina state legislator, was fired from his job as a deputy assistant attorney general this week after being caught in his SUV, parked in a "secluded" part of a downtown Columbia cemetery, with a stripper and sex toys.
[Officer Michael Wines] then searched the SUV, where he found a Viagra pill and several sex toys, items Corning said he always kept with him, "just in case," according to the report.
H/t: Stole joke from Debra Dickerson
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