Unknown man hospatilized after being suspeded at an (pay) S&M club.

Ok, in case you don’t know, you never leave anyone unattended if they are either tied up or hanging (of course if they think they are alone…..). For the full story click here.

An unidentified patron of a Midtown S&M club who was bound and suspended from a ceiling while wearing women’s high heels and a neck choker was hospitalized in critical condition Friday, police sources said.

While an accident is the most likely cause, police said they are investigating whether he was the victim of a crime. Officials said a preliminary check showed that the club is a legal business. One law enforcement source said this incident appeared to be an accident because the man apparently had consented to the treatment.

There was another link at the New York Post, but that link is dead now. I will try to follow up.

Ok I was stupid, you can find more details here.

He was also wearing nipple clamps, a dog collar and women’s high-heeled shoes, and his hands were cuffed behind his back, sources said.

The man was rushed to St. Vincent’s Hospital, where he was put on a respirator, sources said. It was believed he had suffered brain damage due to lack of oxygen.

She said that she checked on him every 20 minutes. At first, he was fine, but when she went in a second time, she found that his foot had slipped out of the shoe and was turning blue.

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I am an over 50-year-old Lifestyle Master living near Charlotte, NC.

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