Dating profiles gone wrong
In the span of four evenings, more than 30 strangers showed up unannounced.
The incidents have been reported to Edmonton police and are being investigated.
Not into the "scene." Tired of all the games on here.
Wallis Snowdon is a digital journalist with CBC Edmonton.
She has nearly a decade of experience reporting behind her.
and he forces his way in, who knows what could happen," said the woman, whom CBC has decided not to name out of concern for her safety. The woman lives in an apartment in Edmonton's Capilano neighbourhood, and recently a series of strange men have appeared at her home, looking for sex. Likes: Too L Blunt Honesty Tea Animals Spring Spontaneity Books Mysticism/Spirituality Trillers Conspiracy theories Playing pool (altho bad at it), poker Long walks Reading Down to earth and fun guys and gals (This one is endless) Dislikes: Indecisive/Scared/overly shy people (in the sense of voicing own opinions) Political correctness Grapefruit Cold weather Coffee and tea without sugar and milk Paper cuts Crowded places (festivals/gigs don't count) Clubs Stereotypes (Might continue this one later...) 😂 Hello there! No fats, no fems, no PNP, no one over 30, no face=no chat, no BS, NSA, no blacks, no Asians (nothing personal, I just think you guys are trolls). DDF, non-smoker, HIV-neg as of five minutes ago, into Random Play. The obvious first step is to think about the kind of match you want.Focus on the less superficial stuff, not how tall or suave or sexy you want your prospect to be.
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