Monday, September 24, 2007


Offenders forced to listen to Barry Manilow

‘A Colorado judge has sentenced people busted for noise pollution to one hour of listening to unpopular or unusual music.

Mostly young adult offenders were kept in a room and made to listen to Dolly Parton’s I Will Always Love You, Karen Carpenter and Barry Manilow with the volume up loud, CBS4Denver.com reported.

Most offenders, who were not allowed to eat, drink, read or sleep, found the punishment funny at first. But then the boredom set in.

“At about 20 minutes into it, I was trying not to fall a sleep,” offender Luis Cano said.’

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