Joseph Loflin of Texas City, Texas was ticketed recently for cursing when confronting his neighbor. Loflin confronted his neighbor, Michael Rainey, after finding cat feces in his backyard.
"'Your cat has been back there defecating in my back yard,'" Loflin said he told his neighbor. "I used the slang word, the four-letter word to describe what the cat was doing." Rainey said his 13-year-old daughter was within earshot of the conversation. "I said, 'Look, I've asked you twice. This is the third time. Don't use that language in front of my daughter. That's when he responded, 'There's nothing wrong with the word, and if I want to use the word, I'll use the word.'"
Charged with disorderly conduct, Loflin said,"I didn't call him a filthy name. I didn't call him... I didn't use any profanity towards him. I used it as a noun, then I used it as an adverb to describe what his cat was doing. I think it was greatly taken out of context."
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