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Man faces jail after posing as neighbor in search of an orgy on craigslist.

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Ex boyfriend uses craigslist to send horny men to ex girlfriend’s home.

Making the media rounds this Friday is the tale of Jason T. Willis who now finds his ass potentially facing up to three years behind bars after pretending to be a neighbor in search of an orgy.

The incident came to a head after the neighbor contacted the Racine County Sheriff’s office on Nov 26 after a ‘john’ apparently turned up to her door naked save for a coat covering his manhood (naturally) and repeatedly rang her doorbell.

The neighbor went on to tell that she had not posted an ad on craigslist and went on to say that at least three people had come to her door seeking her attention. Can anyone guess why?

Journaltimes goes on to tell that police through the effort of a subpoena, were able to obtain the IP address for the computer where the posts were made and acquired emails that used the woman’s actual address, inviting people to go there. Which naturally led to our hero Jason T. Willis.

Since his arrest Jason T Willis went on to tell police he was just “joking” when he posed as a neighbor and posted at least six sexually explicit Craigslist ads inviting men to her house. For his troubles Willis is currently sitting in jail awaiting a May 28 court appearance.

Because Jason Willis always has a way with words and unresolved issues with women…

And then there was this take via rawstory that made me think too:

This, of course, is what harassers and abusers do. They do things they know aren’t cool to deliberately freak out or make their targets uncomfortable, and the second they’re called out for it, they claim innocence and say that they’re just misunderstood people trying to engage in behavior that is acceptable, like pranks or flirting. But a prank is sending pizzas to someone’s house, not naked men looking for sex. Flirting is engaging someone who wants to be engaged in a social situation, not cornering them in a space where they can’t escape easily. The target is not fooled—if she was, then the intimidation tactics would lose their value—so the rest of us should not be. Luckily, as this story shows, people are increasingly willing to get it, and the same old excuses aren’t working as well as they used to.

above image found here

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