Help, I'm handcuffed and I can't get up!
A hubby called Connecticut cops on his estranged wife after she allegedly handcuffed herself to him and bit him in a bizarre confrontation captured on a 911 tape.
"My wife has handcuffed me. .... She's attacking me. ...,"
Robert Drawbough moaned to an emergency dispatcher in suburban Fairfield. "Please come and help me get out of here."
Drawbough complained to cops that he woke up to find his wife had snapped the cuffs on both of them to stop him from bolting.
He told the puzzled dispatcher that he couldn't keep Helen Sun, 37, away from him - and screamed in high-pitched agony when she dug her choppers into his flesh.
"Owwwww! Oh, God! She's biting my arm!" Drawbough exclaimed on the 911 tape. "I'm trying to use every hand to keep her away from me.
"I need help," he added.
Drawbough said Sun lost it because he dumped her and she wanted to patch up their marriage.
"I divorced her, tried to leave her," he said.
Sun was charged with assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful restraint. Drawbough was treated for minor injuries at a Bridgeport hospital.
The domestic drama unfolded after Drawbough came from Los Angeles, where he lives, to visit his estranged wife.
In hopes of having a long chat with her ex, Sun changed the locks on their master bedroom
so Drawbough couldn't get out.
He dozed off and awoke Monday to find she had put the restraints on them.
Things went downhill from there as Drawbough dialed 911 on his cell phone.
Cops had to break down the front door to get into the home and unlock the handcuffs to free Drawbough.
Police said they were called to the house on Valentine's Day last year, when the couple got into a fight, and in December 2007, when they got into an argument over a Christmas tree.
The status of their divorce is unclear.
Sun's mother said the couple had been married about eight years.