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Florida waiter threatens gay woman who rejected his advances to blow up her house

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Nicholas Kevin Chew
Pictured, Florida man, Nicholas Kevin Chew.
Nicholas Kevin Chew
Pictured, Florida man, Nicholas Kevin Chew.

Nicholas Kevin Chew a Florida Keys man arrested after threatening to blow up woman’s home after rejecting love advances. Woman turns out to be gay.

A Florida waiter enraged with having been rejected by a woman, who happened to be gay, has been arrested after threatening to blow up the his object of desire’s house.

Booked was 41 year old man, Nicholas Kevin Chew following the man attempting to convince cops outside of his Florida Keys home that the ‘threat’ was nothing more than a bad joke.

‘I will blow your f–king house up,’ Chew is alleged to have texted the woman on Thursday according to the Miami Herald.

Chew sent the threatening message after the woman – who told police she’s a friend of Chew’s girlfriend (who he sought to keep the proposed indiscretion a secret from) rejected his sexual advances earlier that day cops said.

The 37-year-old woman told deputies from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at an American Legion veterans post in Marathon that she was too afraid to go home after Chew’s threat, leaving her frightened and in shock.

Nicholas Chew, in turn, told cops that the woman, a friend of his girlfriend’s had been threatening his relationship. But a transcript of a text message exchange between Chew and the woman showed the stymied man asking her to have sex with him behind his girlfriend’s back according to FLKeysNews.com.

‘You do know I’m gay, right?’ the woman responded to Chew’s request.

While most men would have backed off, an undeterred Chew undaunted by the woman’s sexual orientation or complete lack of any interest simply upped the ante. And how.

Chew’s threat to blow up the woman’s house according to deputies came about two hours later. The hustling cheat was later arrested on a felony charge of suspicion of committing written threats to kill or do bodily injury.