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sad story....

 

A man who helped make famous the songs "YMCA" and "In the Navy" is still scheduled to be featured on the television show "America's Most Wanted," after failing to surrender in a San Mateo County courtroom today, according to San Mateo County Chief Deputy District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.

 

Victor Willis, 54, the original policeman from the musical group the Village People, was scheduled to turn himself in today after a $200,000 warrant for his arrest was issued on Oct. 20.

 

Willis's new defense attorney Dean Johnson indicated Willis would appear in court today, although he failed to do so, Wagstaffe said.

 

 

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I liked the Village People....they were fun....full of life. Don't care if they were gay or not. Sad to see a talented guy like that going downhill.

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Guest lazyphil

Mock fellow sanukers suicides in Pattaya here but mourn the downfall of this guy, weird.

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lazyphil said:

Mock fellow sanukers suicides in Pattaya here but mourn the downfall of this guy, weird.

 

What are you talking about phil? What mocking? What mourning?

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Waynes World 2 has an "excellent" scene where Wayne, Garth, a couple of their crew and the naked Indian have to pretend to be the Village People when the try to hide in a gay club.

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