NBC - Heartbreaking endings to promising love stories has left several South Bay women short by thousands of dollars.
I don't understand why this guy is facing charges? I don't even think this should count as a scam. He made some friends. He asked them for money. They gave it to them. He decided he didn't like them as a friend anymore and left. Is he getting in trouble because these women are stupid? They are the ones that are bad for society. They clearly can't handle their money.
If you can scam someone this easily you shouldn't be able to get in trouble for it. If you get scammed this easily you should get in trouble for it. Just think about how the police call went.
"This guy stole my money!"
"I gave it to him."
"He was my friend."
If this guy gets in trouble then can't all the panhandlers who aren't actually homeless get in trouble? That guy stole my money! I thought he was homeless so I gave him five dollars but he's not homeless! Arrest him!
A similar story happened a year ago. A 23 year old kid walked into a bank and handed the teller a note asking for a certain amount of money. She read it, then gave him the money, then he left. He got home and posted it on instagram bragging that the bank gave him money. When he got arrested for robbery he had some pretty good points.
"I don't know how I'm a robber because I asked for it. She could have said no, and I would have left," he says.
That's my favorite bank robbery story. If the kid had enough money for a decent lawyer he probably would have won and they would have had to make a new law and it probably would have been named after him.
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