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Alex Sanchez: Read the NSFW Sexts He Sent to 15-Year-Old He Met at Funeral

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Who says you can't learn life lessons from Wedding Crashers? Besides, we mean, the fun of motorboating?

Picking up women at funerals was the lesson Alex Sanchez took from the movie, but unfortunately for the 23-year-old, he decided to try his luck with a 15-year-old girl.

He got her digits and began sexting her, which is, as he should have known, against the law.

Complicating his legal travails is the fact he got picked up for public indecency after being seen getting a blow job in public.

Such recklessness isn't really surprising if you read the texts he sent the underaged teen. KPRC first broke the story.

According to court documents, the two met at the funeral of the teen's brother in August 2010. Early on, the documents say, the girl informed Sanchez she was 15.

Sanchez, then 22, texted such gems as:

-- "I HAVE A 7 1/2 COCK. THAT"S AS BIG AS YOUR FACE> DO YOU WANT IT?"

-- "LIKE I SAID, WHEN WE FUCK CAN YOU SUCK MY COCK?"

-- "JUST THINK TO HAVE MY WET WARM TONGUE ALL OVER YOU TIGHT TEENAGE PUSSY"

Classy.

The court documents say the girl became alarmed at the messages and told her parents about them.

Sanchez is currently serving ten days in jail and has gotten deferred adjudication on a felony charge of online solicitation of a minor.

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