Monday, July 18, 2005

Village People's Cop Behind Bars

The Village People's lead singer -- the dude in the policeman outfit -- spent some time behind bars this weekend.
In addition to causing most of the hipster world's ironic-comedy types heads to cave in in an avalance of horrible puns and one-liners, it earned Victor Edward Willis six felony counts and some time in jail.
The former Village People star was pulled over in Daly City, Calif. Monday (July 11). After he was pulled over, police discovered that the former macho, macho man was already wanted on felondy narcotics charges. A search of his car netted crack cocaine and an unregistered weapon. To rub salt in the wound, Willis was driving without a license.
The Village People was formed in 1977 and included the Cop, the Native American (Felipe Rose), the Soldier (Alex Briley), the Construction Worker (David Hodo), the Cowboy (Jeff Briley) and the Biker (Eric Anzalone). Victor Edward Willis, co-writer for "Y.M.C.A," "Macho Man" and "In the Navy", left the band in 1979, and was replaced in the Cop role by Ray Simpson.


Blogger Jean-Luc Picard said...

He didn't get arrested as well for impersonating a cop, did he?

3:11 PM  
Blogger cyouincourt007 said...

lololololol Great point Capt.

3:57 PM  

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