Thank You, Come Again

The stereotypical Indian male – Slurpee Indian, not Casino Indian – is usually seen as a timid, polite gentleman who works hard and dotes on his family. Florida’s Devbir Kalsi is ruining the curve.

The woman, who has not been named, was held in her home against her will by her husband, Devbir Kalsi, 33. Police said his parents had flown to his home to participate in the abuse.

Wow, that’s awesome. You rarely find a group of people committed to doing things as a family anymore.

Investigators believe Kalsi and his parents, Jasbir and Bhupinder Kalsi, had been abusing the woman for a long period of time.

Kalsi struck her “repeatedly and forcefully” and when the woman attempted to defend herself, his parents began hitting her too, leaving bruises on her face, neck and torso. She was found with bruises all over her body and told officers that her phone had been taken away and that a knife had been held to her throat.

The article does not show the victim’s face, but she does look like she is an attractive woman. Beating her for disobedience is senseless, and it’s not going to make the sammich arrive any quicker.

4 thoughts on “Thank You, Come Again

  1. I do know that in India and as a result many Indian Americans tend to do everything as a family. It makes me uncomfortable just typing that.

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  2. Proof – I almost forgot about that! I borrowed the line from Lisa Lampanelli’s act. It’s a keeper.

    Metoo – Yeah, sometimes families need to butt out.

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  3. I think group beatings are a cultural thing for them. But at least it was an honor beating not an honor killing like Muslims do.

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