William “Blackie” Zupkoski
The self proclaimed “Toughest Man in Philadelphia”, who is so tough he doesn’t have a Wikipedia page, Zupkoski was sentenced to 70-140 years at Eastern State for over 40 counts of armed robbery. He was apprehended in 1927 following a shoot out with police in a local hospital. While at Eastern State Blackie continued his troublemaking ways. For example, he stabbed a man to death while in prison. In 1929. When the stock market collapsed. Coincidence? I think not.
Regardless, I totally wanna tap that. He looks so rakishly charming. Stabbing inmates, robbing banks, ripping off your clothes and pleasuring you like you’ve never been pleasured before, all in a days work. Just doing my job, ma’am.
And Zupkoski? Name like that, it makes you wonder what else he can do with his tongue. You know? Yeah, you know.