This gets my nomination for oddest story of the year so far:
CROWN POINT, Ind. — A Chicago man has been convicted of attacking his wife on their honeymoon in Indiana after she refused his demand for a specific sex act.
Wow. That must be the quickest "Well, guess the honeymoon's over" letdown in the history of marriage, at least in this part of the world. I had an ititial guess about what the "specific sex act" was, but then decided my experience probably isn't extensive enough for me to be right. It really doesn't matter, though. I'm not advocating depraved premarital carnal knowledge or anything -- heaven forbid -- but isn't it a pretty good idea to at least have a vague notion of what the other party will and will not do before you say the vows?