Imagine you’re a 22-year-old college student that meets a nice guy on OKCupid, you start talking online for a couple of weeks, then you decide to meet up in person. You go out to a bar/restaurant in the city, have a few drinks, some nice conversation, everything’s going great. At the end of this lovely evening, when you refuse to go back to his apartment with him, he follows you back to the Subway station, throws a bottle of water on you, then steals your cell phone, hacks your OKCupid account, and changes your profile to say that you’re “available for threesomes.”
And they say Chivalry is dead.
The New York City Police Department is currently searching for a Williamsburg man who was so mad that his OKCupid date spurned his sexual advances, he stole her cell phone and hijacked her account. She’s given police the picture from his OKCupid profile. Looks like a real charmer:
But at least he’s conscientious: He was kind enough to text the woman’s friends pretending to be her, letting them know that she was “a little drunk, but got home safely.” Because that’s not creepy at all. I guess this just goes to show that when it comes to online dating, the only thing worse than getting Catfished is actually meeting someone.
[via The New York Post]