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Saturday, 9 June 2012

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Thats What He Thought!

A Utah man is considering suing internet listing site craigslist after he spent several thousands of dollars in a prostitution con that some attorneys may not have been a con but simply a misunderstanding.

Ishmael Sconer, 34, clicked on advertisement entitled "Sex Kitten Needs Loving" with excited trepidation, the advertisement stated "Need Love, Need A Home, Please Collect". Sconer, who wears a hearing aid, contacted the poster via e-mail who replied saying that if he would like to make a donation he could collect the sex kitten and bring her home immediately.

Not wanting to be outbid by any other potential suitor he wired a check for $3000 and set off to collect his new love interest.
Unfortunately for him, it seems, it was not to be.

Police reports state that on arrival at the home Sconer became angry, began shouting and screaming demanding his money back and that he been conned much to the confusion of 83 year old widow Betty Brown, who had placed the advertisement. Police arrested Sconer for disorderly conduct but let him go after a few hours. He is now suing Ms Brown and the Police Department.

Ms Brown, who suffers from poor eyesight told me "I placed the advertisement in good faith, six kittens who need loving, I obviously made a mistake while typing it, I was a bit surprised I have to say when Mr Sconer sent me $3000 but I thought he was just a good man, my pussy just couldn't cope with all those hungry tongues sucking and licking."

Ms Brown has several other advertisements posted on craigslist including her offer to hire out her pussy, Tiddles, to be stroked my those who want to be close to an animal but cannot own one under the heading"Come have a feel and stroke my pussy - great for seniors" and of course her advertisement seeking help with fixing up her home "Help Needed Clearing My Back Passage - Bring Gloves".

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