A Tucson man called police because his ex-girlfriend continued to harass him him via text messages.
He also reported the woman held him against his will on two occasions by sitting on him when he tried to break off their romance.
In mid-July, he reported “he was scared of his girlfriend, who kept sending text messages to his phone,” according to a Pima County Sheriff’s Department report.
Days earlier, after a prolonged — five-hour— argument with his ex, the victim “went to lay on the couch to get away from her when she sat on top of him, squishing him between her and the couch. He had a bad back and this was actually hurting him at the time,” the report stated.
When she finally let him up off the couch, the man went outside to his truck, but his ex followed “and straddled him, while he was sitting in the front seat, not allowing him to drive away.”
While she was sitting on him for the second time, the woman “was demanding that she was not going to leave him. She said she was going to be his girlfriend and they were not going to break up,” the report stated.
The victim said he would have called 911 at that time, but the ex-girlfriend took away his cell phone.
At some point during their spat, the ex-girlfriend also punched two holes in the man’s bathroom door, he reported.