The Most Beautiful Woman in Town & Other Stories - The Copulating Mermaid of Venice, California Summary & Analysis

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The Copulating Mermaid of Venice, California Summary

After the bar closes, Tony and Bill talk themselves into stealing a corpse from a hearse parked across the street, outside the Stomach Hospital. They have studied the pick-up operation for weeks and know the timing. Tony and Bill screw up their courage and steal one, hauling it to their boarding house and upstairs to Tony's room. Bill is frightened. Drinking muscatel, they talk about rigor mortis, stench, and the possibility of jail. Finally pulling back the sheet, they are amazed to find a beautiful, shapely blond woman. Tony gets excited and shamelessly has sex with the corpse. He is so enthusiastic that reluctant Bill takes a turn and agrees that she is the best fuck ever. Tony declares that he is in love. Nevertheless, they must dispose of the body before they...

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