Some people believe that having the last word in an argument is how you determined who won.
Others believe that whipping out your penis and shaking it at the person you're arguing with is how you determine that.
And by "others," we mean John Solomayar of Fort Pierce, who was arrested for allegedly shaking his Johnson at the neighbor he was arguing with.
He also threatened to kill his neighbor, but we're not sure if he meant with his penis or not.
According to a St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office arrest report, Solomayar was having a heated argument with his neighbor on the night of September 9.
The report says that, in the middle of the brouhaha, Solomayar threatened to kill the neighbor -- an unidentified male -- and then "walked to the middle of Southwest Airoso Boulevard and took his penis out of his pants and with his hand he shook it at him in a very vulgar manner and shouted, 'suck it.'"
Either in fear of his life being threatened or having a penis shaken at him, the neighbor was prompted to call 911.
When police arrived on the scene, they found Solomayar reeking of booze and stumbling around.
Solomayar then told deputies that he and his neighbor argue every day. They then asked him if he indeed exposed himself to his neighbor.
Solomayar blamed his big pants for this.
According to the report, he told authorities that the pants "may have fell down because they are a little big on him."
Solomayar was arrested and taken to the St. Lucie County jail.
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