SEATTLE -- Four women said that men have been showing up at their house following the posting of a fake ad on the Internet that suggested men should come there for sex, reported KIRO 7 Eyewitness News.
The roommates said that multiple men have come to their home, with the first man appearing at 2 a.m. one night.
The following night they said another man knocked on their door. The third night one man said he had come for a blind date with the roommates.
“He had a bottle of wine and he was dressed to the nines, so to speak, and I thought, ‘What is going on here’?” said one roommate.
The man said he saw a post on Craigslist.com. “I was drilling him, more or less. I asked him where he saw the ad, what was the title and what did it say?” another roommate said.
The women said they don’t know who posted the ad and that they can’t find it online.
The roommates said that so far, six men have turned up at their house. They said that all of the men left so quickly that the women have learned little about the ad that brought the men there.
“How explicit is the promise being made to these people who are showing up? They all seem so embarrassed as soon as we start asking questions,” said a roommate.
The women put a sign on their door asking men to take the e-mail address email@example.com and send them tips.
The roommates said it appears that when people respond to the mystery ad, they get an e-mail back that gives out the women's address, names and photos.
The women filed a police report but said officers told them they're not sure the poster has committed a crime. ..more.. by KIROTV.com