A morbidly obese 18-year-old white man was found lying prone on his bed. He had last been seen the previous evening. Investigators at the scene of the discovery recovered a single beer and literature depicting nude women near the victim. When found, the subject was wearing two brassieres (one underwire, one cotton), two pairs of men’s briefs, a gray short-sleeved tee-shirt, and an overlying red/maroon tank-top shirt. White plastic ties were attached to the sides of the crotch of the white briefs. A third pair of white men’s briefs was folded over the external genitalia and under the first two pairs of briefs. White plastic ties attached the two brassieres to the tank-top shirt at the levels of the right and left axillae and the right and left sides of the neck, causing horizontal foldings of the shirt. The gray tee shirt was under the tank-top shirt and over the brassieres. Both shirts and brassieres were cut at the clavicular regions. Underlying each brassiere cup were two wet folded terry cloths, with a metal washer loosely adherent to the outer cloth. The washers were wrapped in exposed wires from the two short ends of a Y-shaped black electrical cord. When the body was discovered, the long end of the cord was connected to a functional electrical outlet (110 V) via a two-pronged plug.