Case Of The Unwanted Enema Remains Unsolved, According To California Police

The matter of the unwanted enema remains an “unsolved case,” according to police in northern California.

As detailed in a Sonoma Police Department report, a 53-year-old man who is “visually impaired” called cops in early-May to report a bizarre encounter in his apartment. The man, whose name cops redacted from the report, said that an unknown female entered his home one Sunday afternoon and announced that she, “Needed to give him an enema.”

While the man “thought this to be somewhat strange,” he did not think the enema was “entirely out of the question as he had undergone surgery on his intestines recently and assumed it may have been ordered by his doctor even though he had not been notified.”

The woman guided the man into his bedroom, where she had him lie face down on the bed “with his pants pulled down. The female then gave [the man] what he presumed was an enema and immediately left.” The man told cops that he was “unsure and didn’t want to do it,” but that things “happened so fast he did not have a chance to object.”

He described himself as “befuddled” by the events of May 1.

The day after the unscheduled enema, the man called his doctor and “asked if they had sent the woman to his house.” The doctor replied that he had not ordered the enema, and “suggested that he notify the police.”

The Sonoma cop dispatched to the man’s home suggested that he “question anyone that comes to his residence in the future to provide medical care for him to make sure that it is legitimate.” No arrests have been made in connection with the unwanted enema provision, according to Sergeant Spencer Crum.