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http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/pest-who-handed-letters-girls-13962051

COURT-SNATCH-NO-PICTURE-CREDITPaul-Hetye

 

Someone who's swallowed the red pill ....

' He added people from as far away as Africa had sent messages backing him. '

I can just see the email - 'Police are cunts. R. Mugabe. Zimbabwe'

' It was made clear none of the females were working as prostitutes. '

In boro! I find that statement very hard to believe.

 

 

 

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Great line in that:

“The police should have put it on their social media sites that (what I was doing) was criminal.”

I suppose I might be a little sympathetic -- you can't learn all of the laws in the country, etc.

But it isn't a case of doing something really obscure.  Really it is quite obvious -- If you want to start doing silly things like soliciting for sex in the high street, you'd probably be best to take advice.  From anyone.  Certainly anyone over 40 who'd remember the kerb-crawling laws coming in in the mid 80's.

I think it is another instance of 'normalised criminal behaviour'.  You do something that seems okay in your small community (I don't know, say, 10% of the women are at least part-time prossies, & another 20% just haven't made up their mind), without realising that for the vast majority of normal folk it is absolutely reprehensible.  Hence his continued proclamation of innocence.

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5 minutes ago, swissy_fit said:

I would have had no idea that was illegal. Mind you neither did the police. So he could sign up to dating websites and send whatever filth he likes to them, but polite notes handed to the ladies concerned are not allowed. 

 

Really?  I'm amazed.  

I don't know why the police said 'they didn't know if he'd committed an offence' -- soliciting for sex is an offence anyway, let alone this bonkers way.

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6 minutes ago, swissy_fit said:

I would have had no idea that was illegal. Mind you neither did the police. So he could sign up to dating websites and send whatever filth he likes to them, but polite notes handed to the ladies concerned are not allowed. 

 

Well...

The notes themselves - nope.

The content of the notes are plainly trying to solicit sex for money.

Then there's women who have lasted complaining about it, one who's under 18.

Basically, he's walking about boro, asking women how much they want for a shag.

Should be in a loony bin.

Or given directions to the train station.

Gormless or dangerous. I dont know. Fucking weird -yes.

10 minutes ago, swissy_fit said:

I would have had no idea that was illegal. Mind you neither did the police. So he could sign up to dating websites and send whatever filth he likes to them, but polite notes handed to the ladies concerned are not allowed. 

 

But signing up on a dating website involves both parties consenting to put their names in the hat.

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Surely it's only 'soliciting' if he offers sex to the women in return for money?

If he asked for sex and offered to pay for that, I don't think that's soliciting, it's procuring or something. 

He doesn't explicitly mention what the 'arrangement' involves in the letters. 

 

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8 minutes ago, dgul said:

Really?  I'm amazed.  

I don't know why the police said 'they didn't know if he'd committed an offence' -- soliciting for sex is an offence anyway, let alone this bonkers way.

So filthy suggestions on a website doesn't constitute soliciting? I guess the women having a profile means they are up for something, but what exactly? If they say they're looking for a serious relationship and marriage and get cock pictures or polite suggestions similar to his, for example....

Edit :- and what about that sugar-daddy site?

Edited by swissy_fit

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38 minutes ago, swissy_fit said:

So filthy suggestions on a website doesn't constitute soliciting? I guess the women having a profile means they are up for something, but what exactly? If they say they're looking for a serious relationship and marriage and get cock pictures or polite suggestions similar to his, for example....

Edit :- and what about that sugar-daddy site?

The problem is soliciting in a public place.  I suppose a 'website' might be regarded as a public place, but the point of the law (that hasn't really kept up with the internet) is to stop nuisance soliciting for sex in areas where there could be people disturbed by such things (minors, say).  The websites are pretty much a private spot as you only go there if you're after sex.  Also, many have warnings etc (or so I'm told...)

This guy was walking around the high street.  It is clearly a public place.

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3 minutes ago, dgul said:

The problem is soliciting in a public place.  I suppose a 'website' might be regarded as a public place, but the point of the law (that hasn't really kept up with the internet) is to stop nuisance soliciting for sex in areas where there could be people disturbed by such things (minors, say).  The websites are pretty much a private spot as you only go there if you're after sex.  Also, many have warnings etc (or so I'm told...)

This guy was walking around the high street.  It is clearly a public place.

I wonder what his hit rate was? I'm giving the guy bonus points for doing it in a pound shop.

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There's already a website that allows girls to offer this, he should have just registered at that website. It's called seekingarrangement.com and there's loads of uni-aged girls on it. I have no doubt there's loads of girls around the UK selling sex on the down low to fund studies or just cause it's easy money.

But yeah if he's handing letters to random girls on the street, he's a nutter.

Edited by JoeDavola

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Just now, JoeDavola said:

There's already a website that allows girls to offer this, he should have just registered at that website. It's called seekingarrangement.com and there's loads of uni-aged girls on it. I have no doubt there's loads of girls around the UK selling sex on the down low to fund studies or just cause it's easy money.

The Victorians knew this as 'casual prostitution' where women with ostensible means of respectable income (often shop assistants) would have sex in exchange for cash or presents. It was seen as a risky grey area between respectability and plying one's trade on the streets. 

Feminism has to pretend this no longer exists since the advent of the welfare state, because to declare otherwise is to affirm that women - some women - are motivated by greed and the lure of easy money, not hardship and male oppression. 

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2 hours ago, spygirl said:

http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/pest-who-handed-letters-girls-13962051

COURT-SNATCH-NO-PICTURE-CREDITPaul-Hetye

 

Someone who's swallowed the red pill ....

' He added people from as far away as Africa had sent messages backing him. '

I can just see the email - 'Police are cunts. R. Mugabe. Zimbabwe'

' It was made clear none of the females were working as prostitutes. '

In boro! I find that statement very hard to believe.

 

 

 

Unclear if his strategy had previously worked 😜

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Should have just said he ran a recruitment agency for sex workers or if he'd wanted to film all the encounters he could have claimed to be a casting director in his own porn movie business looking for actresses.

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The thing is though how many "relationships" have a basis in prostitution? You think all those multi millionaire footballers go out with super hot birds based on their personalities? Anyone think Bernie Ecclestone gets relationships with hot birds because hot model birds have a thing for midgets?

Let's be honest, how many relationships would break down if the guy lost his job and the wife had to get rid of the Range Rover?

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Interesting that quite a lot of internet behaviour would be construed as weird translated to paper in a pre-internet way - which is possibly indicative of it, in fact, being weird.

No-one was putting up a print out of their CV in the window of their house for passersby to gawp at but it's considered totally normal when it's called Linkedin.

 

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1 hour ago, SNACR said:

Interesting that quite a lot of internet behaviour would be construed as weird translated to paper in a pre-internet way - which is possibly indicative of it, in fact, being weird.

No-one was putting up a print out of their CV in the window of their house for passersby to gawp at but it's considered totally normal when it's called Linkedin.

 

I'm surprised that the act of purchasing goods hasn't become more reversed ie. people posting up their wants and sellers engaging in a dutch auction.

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Slap on the wrist and don't do it again.

And advice to join up with all the dating sites where he can proposition every woman on there to his heart's content because they have chosen to make themselves available for such offers rather than propositioning women who are just walking down the street minding their own business.

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1 hour ago, eight said:

I'm surprised that the act of purchasing goods hasn't become more reversed ie. people posting up their wants and sellers engaging in a dutch auction.

I see you catch the last train to Darlo from boro train station....

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1 hour ago, spygirl said:

I see you catch the last train to Darlo from boro train station....

If you get the last train back from Whitby, you have to change at Middlesbrough. When you arrive back at Darlington you will find that the Whitby train you just got off is already there, having gone out of service at Boro and run back empty. Brilliant. 

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