I have searched threads but couldn't find anything with the exact symptoms. A few days ago I went out to my bike in the morning and noticed my underneath lights were on somehow. So I turned them off and assumed battery was about dead. Sure enough turned the key and nothing happened. I put the battery on the charger for the day while at work. Once charged I put it back in and it wouldn't start still. Cranked once but wouldn't catch so I push started it and it started for a second then died reguardless how much throttle I gave it. So I backed it up again and noticed gas dripping from exhaust so I took the slip off off and the exhaust was full of fuel so I lifted the front and let the fuel drain.. Did the push start/drain cycle a few times loosing about 3 gallons total. Took out the plugs and let it sit about two days trying to evaporate all the access fuel. Put it back together. Tried starting it. Cranked once and stopped. Push started it. This time it let me ride about 100 yards while constantly increasing throttle to maintain about 2k rpm until I couldn't twist anymore and it stalled. Looked down and realized that during the 3 seconds of riding there had been oil coming from exhaust.. So put the bike away and haven't touched it since. It's a 2008 with only 4000 miles.. Babied and I never redline. I'm thinking head gasket or maybe piston ring but don't have a good cause for the piston ring to go bad.. Someone mentioned something about the vacuum the fuel pump uses. Idk. Any ideas?