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(NBC 10 New England)   Sometimes that creepy guy in the park asking you to help look for his cat really just needs help finding his cat   (turnto10.com) divider line 54
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2013-10-16 11:10:07 PM
did he find the cat? shiatty article.
 
2013-10-16 11:44:03 PM
Springfield Pervert strikes again
 
2013-10-16 11:53:22 PM
The boy's mother said the man offered the boy candy and told him to get in the van.

Nothing sketchy about that at all, nosiree.
 
2013-10-17 01:13:34 AM

cman: Springfield Pervert strikes again


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2013-10-17 06:15:08 AM

fusillade762: The boy's mother said the man offered the boy candy and told him to get in the van.

Nothing sketchy about that at all, nosiree.


Very next sentence:

But police said in a news release that "there was no attempt to entice, lure or abduct the 13-year-old male involved."

If the mother made that up, she needs a swift kick in the twat.
 
2013-10-17 06:23:35 AM
It's not worth the risk. Let him find his own damn cat.
 
2013-10-17 06:24:45 AM
The boy's mother told NBC 10 that her son stands by his version of events.

You mean the version where you conditioned him to assume that every stranger is a molester? Because that "offered candy from van" story is pretty farking silly no matter how creepy catguy is.
 
2013-10-17 06:25:45 AM
welovecongo.files.wordpress.com
Could have been this cat...


/Also, maybe it was a Cat Detector Van, from the Ministry of Housinge?
 
2013-10-17 06:26:49 AM
Actually had an incident like this a few years ago.  Someone reported a suspicious looking guy asking kids if they had seen his dog (no vans involved).  Apparently the guy saw the report in the paper and went to the police himself to let them know that, yes, he was looking for his dog.
 
2013-10-17 06:28:06 AM

NutWrench: fusillade762: The boy's mother said the man offered the boy candy and told him to get in the van.

Nothing sketchy about that at all, nosiree.

Very next sentence:

But police said in a news release that "there was no attempt to entice, lure or abduct the 13-year-old male involved."

If the mother made that up, she needs a swift kick in the twat.


yeah, article states two different stories

1. yeah, creepy guy offered me candy, told me to get in the rapist van, and touched me on my pee pee

2. I just asked a bunch of people if they saw my kitty and might be able to help
 
2013-10-17 06:29:19 AM

Brainsick: [welovecongo.files.wordpress.com image 400x309]
Could have been this cat...


/Also, maybe it was a Cat Detector Van, from the Ministry of Housinge?


is the cat named eric?
 
2013-10-17 06:36:27 AM
funnycatwallpapers.com
 
2013-10-17 06:42:59 AM
Warwick police said Wednesday that a 13-year-old boy did the right thing by reporting what he thought was a suspicious person, but in the end allegations of an attempted abduction were unfounded.

Kids can tell the worst lies.
 
2013-10-17 06:46:56 AM
Kirby...? KIRBY!
 
2013-10-17 06:49:11 AM
Cats don't run away.
 
2013-10-17 06:59:14 AM
I'd be more worried about the creepy guy in the park asking if you've seen his snake.
 
2013-10-17 07:01:27 AM
he's a dude, probably lives alone, has a "cat", and a van. he needs to be locked up immediately, or at the very least registered as a future sex offender. at some point he WILL snap and start raping the sh*t out of the neighborhood kids.
/I don't have a van.
//so i'm good right?
 
2013-10-17 07:04:47 AM
Officers commended the teen for his actions and using his instincts to report what he thought was a suspicious person.

What? So, we're commending people for being overly paranoid pussies now, and making up bullshiat stories about guys in van passing out candy to lure kids in? The police seem to be saying, "We investigated and found the kid and/or his mother are lying assholes, but we still commend them and think they did the right thing by lying to us!"... WTF??
 
2013-10-17 07:05:27 AM
Vans are awesome for 70's road trips and moving moderate amounts of light equipment for work, but not ideal for finding your cat.
 
2013-10-17 07:13:18 AM

doglover: Vans are awesome for 70's road trips and moving moderate amounts of light equipment for work, but not ideal for finding your cat

well, if it's the only vehicle you have, and you would like to ask the neighbors kids to help you, since kids go everywhere and see everything it is.
/maybe he is a contractor, and can't afford a fleet of cars.
//perverts drive sedans also.

 
2013-10-17 07:13:58 AM
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That said, the kid's story is a bit too fark cliche.
 
2013-10-17 07:19:52 AM

fusillade762: The boy's mother said the man offered the boy candy and told him to get in the van.

Nothing sketchy about that at all, nosiree.


Came here to say this.  Somebody is lying.
 
2013-10-17 07:21:14 AM
Just because he lost his cat it doesn't mean he won't also abduct a kid since he now has a plasible excuse.
 
2013-10-17 07:26:27 AM

bigbobowski: doglover: Vans are awesome for 70's road trips and moving moderate amounts of light equipment for work, but not ideal for finding your cat

well, if it's the only vehicle you have, and you would like to ask the neighbors kids to help you, since kids go everywhere and see everything it is.
/maybe he is a contractor, and can't afford a fleet of cars.
//perverts drive sedans also.


It's more a milage issue. Gas is what? $5 a gallon now? The cat don't have wheels. A bicycle or walking should be fine.
 
2013-10-17 07:30:13 AM
Rather read a story about a talking cat and the stoned kid who told his mom about it, as the mom is selling weed out of her van while looking for park creeps to distract cops.

Another Fark cliche.
 
2013-10-17 07:32:15 AM

doglover: bigbobowski: doglover: Vans are awesome for 70's road trips and moving moderate amounts of light equipment for work, but not ideal for finding your cat

well, if it's the only vehicle you have, and you would like to ask the neighbors kids to help you, since kids go everywhere and see everything it is.
/maybe he is a contractor, and can't afford a fleet of cars.
//perverts drive sedans also.

It's more a milage issue. Gas is what? $5 a gallon now? The cat don't have wheels. A bicycle or walking should be fine.



I've had to go looking for a pet (just once, took 3-4 attempts - had a happy ending) but I did it on foot.
 
2013-10-17 07:39:39 AM
I used to drive a Chevy Astro and had a blind, deaf dog who would get loose. Freaked out a mom in my neighborhood once when I drove buy and asked her little girl if she'd seen my missing dog. Took me years to put it together.
 
2013-10-17 07:46:22 AM
Man goes to park looking for pussy. Story at 11.
 
2013-10-17 07:58:27 AM
For the IQ 80s here, here's what happened: Legit guy in van asked kid to help find cat. Kid gets creeped out (story doesn't help any here as to why), tells mom, then apparently decides to embellish the story with offers of rides and candy that didn't happen. Cops commending panicky kid and asshole mom because they have to..
 
2013-10-17 08:05:27 AM

doglover: Gas is what? $5 a gallon now?




It's under $3/gal here.
 
2013-10-17 08:11:22 AM

bigbobowski: he's a dude, probably lives alone, has a "cat", and a van. he needs to be locked up immediately, or at the very least registered as a future sex offender. at some point he WILL snap and start raping the sh*t out of the neighborhood kids.
/I don't have a van.
//so i'm good right?


If you think loneliness is the only thing required to make an otherwise normal person into a child predator, you really should be on a list somewhere.
 
2013-10-17 08:12:46 AM
How you know the kid was lying:
A real perv would offer a teen smokes, and booze. Maybe cash.

I think.
 
2013-10-17 08:13:50 AM
Any man who talks to a kid is a child molester.

Any woman who talks to a kid is a kind and motherly person.
 
2013-10-17 08:22:49 AM

BitwiseShift: doglover: Gas is what? $5 a gallon now?

It's under $3/gal here.


5.798 US Dollar in Tokyo.

Even $1 a gallon is a but much to waste looking for a pet, when you know DAMN well no pet's using the road.
 
2013-10-17 08:23:37 AM

Sock Ruh Tease: Any man who talks to a kid is a child molester.

Any woman who talks to a kid is a kind and motherly person.


for the latter, ESPECIALLY if they're a teacher and hot

/only soft, sensual talking allowed, please
 
2013-10-17 08:23:58 AM

Sock Ruh Tease: Any man who talks to a kid is a child molester.

Any woman who talks to a kid is a kind and motherly person.


Unless she is a teacher.  Then she is awesome and we wish we had someone like her when we were in school.
 
2013-10-17 08:28:49 AM
If you see a kid being attacked, or otherwise in distress, the best thing to do if you are male is to walk on by.
 
2013-10-17 08:32:20 AM

Matthew Keene: If you see a kid being attacked, or otherwise in distress, the best thing to do if you are male is to walk on by DON'T RAPE THEM.


FTF the Maryville thread from a couple of days ago
 
2013-10-17 08:33:03 AM

Sock Ruh Tease: Any man who talks to a kid is a child molester.

Any woman who talks to a kid is a kind and motherly person.


It's the patriarchy!
 
2013-10-17 08:39:20 AM
What rock has this guy been living under for the last 20 years to think it was a good idea to offering kids candy and a ride in his car to look for a lost pet.
 
2013-10-17 08:47:16 AM

dennysgod: What rock has this guy been living under for the last 20 years to think it was a good idea to offering kids candy and a ride in his car to look for a lost pet.


He didn't. The kid made that crap up
 
2013-10-17 08:47:30 AM
Kid is a liar.
 
2013-10-17 09:15:14 AM
The van man needs one of these.
 
2013-10-17 09:59:47 AM
"A 13-year-old boy who was skateboarding with friends Friday on Wellington Avenue said he was approached by a man in a gray van claiming to look for a lost cat. The boy's mother said the man offered the boy candy and told him to get in the van."

And sometimes a stupid biatch gets away with filing a false police report.
 
2013-10-17 10:11:38 AM

RobSeace: Officers commended the teen for his actions and using his instincts to report what he thought was a suspicious person.

What? So, we're commending people for being overly paranoid pussies now, and making up bullshiat stories about guys in van passing out candy to lure kids in? The police seem to be saying, "We investigated and found the kid and/or his mother are lying assholes, but we still commend them and think they did the right thing by lying to us!"... WTF??


Yep... Came here to say this, but you beat me to it.  Now this guy is probably going to get death threats, his car vandalized, etc., even though he's been found innocent of any wrongdoing, just because people are farking stupid and believe anything a lying little bastard says.
 
2013-10-17 10:13:11 AM
This reminds me of an article that was on here a year or so ago. In short, 2 teenage girls are stupidly walking along a sparsely populated road outside a small town during a heavy snowstorm and not dressed for the weather. A local guy sees them, pulls over, and seeing as they're risking hypothermia, offers to give them a ride back into town. They politely decline, and he leaves with no further incident. For some reason they decide to take his license number, call the police and basically report an attempted kidnapping, even though upon police interrogation, all three parties tell the same story (one simple "Hey, you look freezing, want a lift?") with no attempt at coersion or force. Dude is charged with a count of luring or something and gets a criminal record for trying to save 2 idiots from becoming Jack Torrences. Anyone else remember / able to verify this?
 
2013-10-17 10:28:34 AM

What Would Emilio Estevez Do: This reminds me of an article that was on here a year or so ago. In short, 2 teenage girls are stupidly walking along a sparsely populated road outside a small town during a heavy snowstorm and not dressed for the weather. A local guy sees them, pulls over, and seeing as they're risking hypothermia, offers to give them a ride back into town. They politely decline, and he leaves with no further incident. For some reason they decide to take his license number, call the police and basically report an attempted kidnapping, even though upon police interrogation, all three parties tell the same story (one simple "Hey, you look freezing, want a lift?") with no attempt at coersion or force. Dude is charged with a count of luring or something and gets a criminal record for trying to save 2 idiots from becoming Jack Torrences. Anyone else remember / able to verify this?


I definitely remember reading about that here on Fark, but can't seem to come up with search terms to find the thread about it here...
 
2013-10-17 10:43:34 AM
Feel_the_velvet:

Warwick police said Wednesday that a 13-year-old boy did the right thing by reporting what he thought was a suspicious person, but in the end allegations of an attempted abduction were unfounded.

Kids can tell the worst lies.


If he's been victimized he can "write" a book about it. Then maybe if he gets to talk about his book about being abducted by a pedophile some producer will want the movie rights. Then he'll be living on easy street. Instead of Sesame Street with his mom. (Oprah should knighted for her service to Humanity.)

By the way, a couple weeks ago an old redneck pulled up on his Harley to ask if I'd seen his Jack Russell. He was asking every pedestrian he saw. Uh-huh. "Jack Russell." I call mine Hey You.
 
2013-10-17 11:31:24 AM

LavenderWolf: bigbobowski: he's a dude, probably lives alone, has a "cat", and a van. he needs to be locked up immediately, or at the very least registered as a future sex offender. at some point he WILL snap and start raping the sh*t out of the neighborhood kids.
/I don't have a van.
//so i'm good right?

If you think loneliness is the only thing required to make an otherwise normal person into a child predator, you really should be on a list somewhere.


and/or that living alone = lonely

so much dissonance in that statement
 
2013-10-17 12:40:05 PM

LavenderWolf: bigbobowski: he's a dude, probably lives alone, has a "cat", and a van. he needs to be locked up immediately, or at the very least registered as a future sex offender. at some point he WILL snap and start raping the sh*t out of the neighborhood kids.
/I don't have a van.
//so i'm good right?

If you think loneliness is the only thing required to make an otherwise normal person into a child predator, you really should be on a list somewhere.

there is this thing, it's called a "joke" you really must be new here.
/if for one moment you would think I was serious, and not making a comment on the fact that every single, single guy is made out to be a possible predator I think you should be on a list also.
//you must be a blast at parties!

 
2013-10-17 12:43:27 PM

RobSeace: What Would Emilio Estevez Do: This reminds me of an article that was on here a year or so ago. In short, 2 teenage girls are stupidly walking along a sparsely populated road outside a small town during a heavy snowstorm and not dressed for the weather. A local guy sees them, pulls over, and seeing as they're risking hypothermia, offers to give them a ride back into town. They politely decline, and he leaves with no further incident. For some reason they decide to take his license number, call the police and basically report an attempted kidnapping, even though upon police interrogation, all three parties tell the same story (one simple "Hey, you look freezing, want a lift?") with no attempt at coersion or force. Dude is charged with a count of luring or something and gets a criminal record for trying to save 2 idiots from becoming Jack Torrences. Anyone else remember / able to verify this?

I definitely remember reading about that here on Fark, but can't seem to come up with search terms to find the thread about it here...


http://www.dreamindemon.com/2012/03/19 /rodney-peterson-charged-disorde rly-conduct-offering-girls-ride/

It was disorderly conduct.
 
2013-10-17 12:47:44 PM
Even $1 a gallon is a but much to waste looking for a pet, when you know DAMN well no pet's using the road.

Guess how I know you've never had to look for a lost pet - hint: the price of gas never occurs to you.
Pets don't use roads? Really? Where do YOU live? When we get loose dogs in the neighborhood, they always trot down the road. If you are looking for a cat, it is faster to drive slowly down the road and look as far into their yards as you can than to walk. You need to cover a lot of ground, the whole neighborhood since you don't know exactly where they went. Driving is faster - especially if you don't know how long the animal has been gone and they can run faster than you. You think going on foot and climbing over neighbor's fences is quicker? Really?
 
2013-10-17 01:41:42 PM
Wanted for Questioning:

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2013-10-17 02:35:16 PM

brobinson2001: RobSeace: What Would Emilio Estevez Do: This reminds me of an article that was on here a year or so ago. In short, 2 teenage girls are stupidly walking along a sparsely populated road outside a small town during a heavy snowstorm and not dressed for the weather. A local guy sees them, pulls over, and seeing as they're risking hypothermia, offers to give them a ride back into town. They politely decline, and he leaves with no further incident. For some reason they decide to take his license number, call the police and basically report an attempted kidnapping, even though upon police interrogation, all three parties tell the same story (one simple "Hey, you look freezing, want a lift?") with no attempt at coersion or force. Dude is charged with a count of luring or something and gets a criminal record for trying to save 2 idiots from becoming Jack Torrences. Anyone else remember / able to verify this?

I definitely remember reading about that here on Fark, but can't seem to come up with search terms to find the thread about it here...

http://www.dreamindemon.com/2012/03/19 /rodney-peterson-charged-disorde rly-conduct-offering-girls-ride/

It was disorderly conduct.


Jesus Christ.
 
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