Mississippi Rep. Douglas McLeod Punched Wife For Over-Slow Undressing for Sex

A Republican maker was arrested in Mississippi on Saturday after he allegedly broke his wife on the face to relieve sex.

Douglas McLeod State Representative, 58, is now calling for his resignation as a result of the domestic violence allegations.

When the police arrived in Lucedale, McLeod was carrying a glass of alcohol. It is alleged that he answered "do you feel like me" when told that they were responding to a call under attack, according to an incident report from Sheriff George County's Office.

McLeod was so drunk and he had a "clear speech and he walked slowly in a zig zag pattern" and he had to go on a railing to get support.

His wife had blood on her face, her neck and arms and she was shaking with fear. She told the police "it just didn't" and "this happens when he drinks too much."

Another woman, who was in the house at the time of the attack, said that McLeod was angry because he wanted sex and his wife was not getting her clothes fast enough.

After your wife entered the second woman's room and locked the door, McLeod said on the door and said that if they didn't open it he was going to kill his dog fucking, " the police said.

His wife refused to take her to hospital in an ambulance, but she said her daughter would give her to check her.

McLeod was arrested for a charge of domestic violence and was jailed in George County.

He is now out of prison on a $ 1,000 band, a spokesman for Sheriff George County's Office told BuzzFeed News.

McLeod did not respond immediately to a request for comments.

Mississippi House Speaker Philip Gunn, Republican, is trying to succeed the lawyer "if … these allegations are true," according to the Associated Press.

“I have tried to contact Rep McLeod to quit his request, in fact, these allegations are true,” Gunn said in Tuesday's statement. “These actions are unacceptable to anyone.”

David Blount, Democracy in the Mississippi State, claimed the Senate, to ask McLeod to resign.

"McLeod's representative should resign," Blount tweeted.

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