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Man Dies from Atomic Wedgie, Stepson Charged

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Published on Jan 9, 2014

MCCLOUD, Okla. (WKRC) -- A man is dead and his stepson is in jail after a fight leads to a fatal 'atomic wedgie'.Brad Davis, 33, is in jail on murder charges after investigators say his stepfather, Denver Lee St. Clair, 58, died from blunt force trauma to the head and asphyxiation, according to the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner.The asphyxiation, according to investigators, was caused by what Davis described as an 'atomic wedgie'. Davis said he gave St. Clair the 'wedgie' on the night of December 21, 2013 after the two got into a fight. St. Clair died that night. When officials found St. Clair, they reported that the waistband of his underwear was around his neck.We believe the asphyxia was caused due to what they are referring to as an atomic wedgie, said Pottawatomie County detective Jimmy Brewer. The gentleman had actually pulled the underwear of Mr. St. Clair up over his head, and the elastic band was around his throat.The stepson says the fight started after his stepfather hit him with an TV. He is charged with murder and is in jail Wednesday night with no bond.

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