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Florida Man Freaks Out During Threesome, Throws Multiple TVs at His Wife

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Jorge Daniel Silva was about to live a straight guy's fantasy: his wife had agreed to let another woman into the bedroom mix for a threesome. But when the trio started kissing, something about the situation made Silva freak out. He then arranged a violent threesome between his wife and two television sets, police say.

According to The Naples Daily News, Silva, a 22-year-old resident of Naples, and his wife had planned the threesome for Sunday afternoon. Everything seemed fine when everyone started kissing, but that's when his wife says he "freaked out."

Silva began punching his wife, so she and the other woman ran into a bedroom and locked the door. Silva managed to break through the door and began punching his wife again. By this time she was curled up on the floor in a ball. That's when he grabbed a television set and began swinging it at her before finally dropping it on her.

Silva then grabbed yet another television set and threw it at her, police say. The other woman says she had tried to break up the fight to no avail.

When police arrived they found the wife bloodied, swollen, and possibly suffering a broken nose.

Silva managed a weak excuse when questioned police, the Daily News reports. First he said that his wife actually tried to attack him, before admitting to police that he was jealous when the two women began kissing and wouldn't let him join in. He says the only reason he broke down the door was because he feared the two women were having sex without him.

Silva has been charged with felony battery.

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