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Sexual Deviant Wakes Up Student

The Collegian posted a disturbing and confusing story this afternoon.

A 50-year-old State College man was arrested Friday afternoon just hours after police say he broke into a Penn State student’s apartment and performed oral sex on the man while he was asleep.

That’s got to be one of the most frightening ways to be woken up. But here’s the part that convinced us there’s a more nuanced story here than simple sexual deviation.

Before the incident, the student was at Homan’s West College Avenue apartment before leaving at about 4 a.m. today, police said. The student had drank one beer and played a board game with the defendant and the defendant’s roommate, according to the criminal complaint.

What was their history? What happened when they were playing the board game?

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