Donald Glover-Bobby Moynihan ‘Bro Rape’ Video Horribly Foreshadows Real Case (Video)

Maryland man accused of using beer pong to lure victims

Last Updated: July 10, 2014 @ 8:13 PM

Years before Donald Glover starred on “Community” and Bobby Moynihan on “Saturday Night Live,” they appeared in a comedy short that creepily anticipated an actual criminal case.

The 2006 video by Glover’s comedy group, Derrick, has been viewed online more than 10 million times. It imagines a phenomenon known as “Bro Rape” in which preppie, hard-partying young men — bros — use beers, “Family Guy” and Jack Johnson to sexually assault other bros.

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Now a Maryland man is accused of having a similarly bro-ish modus operandi.

Joey Poindexter, 38, is accused of sexually assaulting at least 10 college-age men in the last decade after preying on them at events like beer pong tournaments and extreme sports events. Police said at a news conference Tuesday that the assaults appear to have happened while the victims were drunk or unconscious.

The Baltimore Sun said Poindexter could not be reached for comment.

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Watch the fake “Bro Rape” news report, followed by a real one: