Neal Horsley tops admitted mule sex by allegedly threatening Elton John
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Neal Horsley, who last year won our hearts when he admitted to once having sex with a mule, is taking it easy in Fulton County jail after allegedly threatening Sir Elton John.
According to the AJC, Horsley's been charged with "making terroristic threats, criminal defamation and using the Internet to disseminate threats" after he appeared outside the singer's Buckhead condo holding a sign that read... let's see what it said here...oh yes, "Elton John Must Die." Horlsey then uploaded a video of his zany intown adventure to YouTube, where it's surprisingly been voted as one of the site's most disliked clips.
John's comments in a February PARADE interview — "Jesus was a compassionate, super-intelligent gay man who understood human problems" — pissed off Horsley enough to make him drive from his Carrollton home to protest in Atlanta.
In the video, Horsley says he wasn't making a threat or issuing a "fatwa." — he and the unnamed gent who also appears in the clip say they're just noting that all men must eventually die and that John should repent.
After the jump we've embedded Horsley's video. Fair warning: It features some pretty graphic language.