Man Reportedly Calls Women, Asks For Bra, Panty Sizes

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pyonir

Lifer
Dec 18, 2001
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Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.
 

Hammer

Lifer
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Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.

i'm interested in seeing what they charge him with.
 

Nitemare

Lifer
Feb 8, 2001
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Originally posted by: Lonyo
Originally posted by: Orsorum
What IS it about female panties? You sit there waiting to do laundry and you see them in a pile of clean clothes - they're like forbidden toys. It's weird.

Just put them on, you know you want to ;)

Nothing like running around the laundromat with a pair of panties on your head....that's what I always say
 

pyonir

Lifer
Dec 18, 2001
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Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.

i'm interested in seeing what they charge him with.

I doubt they'll find him, let alone have to charge him with anything.
 

PatboyX

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Aug 10, 2001
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those are some, like, great quotes in that ummmm article. reporters are, like, allowed to clean those up a little, you know?
 

Ness

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Jul 10, 2002
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Originally posted by: AMCRambler
Originally posted by: Orsorum
Originally posted by: AMCRambler
36C, size 8! Come and get me you raving sex fiend!

Size 8?


Yeah I don't wear panties so I don't know how they're sized. Care to enlighten me Orsorum? I figured it'd be the same way their pants are sized, same as guys underwear.

well...

anything over size 6 really isn't a model-like figure... if that helps.
 

Nitemare

Lifer
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Originally posted by: Ness
Originally posted by: AMCRambler
Originally posted by: Orsorum
Originally posted by: AMCRambler
36C, size 8! Come and get me you raving sex fiend!

Size 8?


Yeah I don't wear panties so I don't know how they're sized. Care to enlighten me Orsorum? I figured it'd be the same way their pants are sized, same as guys underwear.

well...

anything over size 6 really isn't a model-like figure... if that helps.

What about the plus sizes?
 

Hammer

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Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.

i'm interested in seeing what they charge him with.

I doubt they'll find him, let alone have to charge him with anything.

found it. "criminal impersonation". didn't know it was a crime but apparently it is.

Example
 

thomsbrain

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Dec 4, 2001
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Originally posted by: Orsorum
Originally posted by: NuclearNed
A pair of panties isn't the best thing in the world, but its next to it.

And they fit so well when you're wearing a tight pair of pants. :D

not when you stuff dozens of them into your underpants.


er... not that i do that...
 

Orsorum

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Originally posted by: thomsbrain
Originally posted by: Orsorum
Originally posted by: NuclearNed
A pair of panties isn't the best thing in the world, but its next to it.

And they fit so well when you're wearing a tight pair of pants. :D

not when you stuff dozens of them into your underpants.


er... not that i do that...

I have pictures that say you do. :p
 

Eli

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Oct 9, 1999
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Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.

i'm interested in seeing what they charge him with.

I doubt they'll find him, let alone have to charge him with anything.
Doubt they'll find him? All they have to do is get the phone records from the people that have been called, and find the guy's number... I'm sure they would voluntarily turn them over.

Unless he does it from a pay phone or pre-paid cell phone or something, but I bet he isn't that smart. Maybe though.
 

Childs

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Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
Originally posted by: pyonir
Originally posted by: Hammer
police are now investigating? 1 call could hardly be considered harassment. victoria secret could probably sue him in civil court.

read the article. It says VS has recieved over 250 complaints.

i did read it. you're not following what i'm saying. i'm assumeing he only called each woman once and 1 call does not constitute harassment.

Obviously one call to hundreds of women constitutes harassment enough to have the police involved.

i'm interested in seeing what they charge him with.

I doubt they'll find him, let alone have to charge him with anything.

found it. "criminal impersonation". didn't know it was a crime but apparently it is.

Example

I'm not so sure this is the same thing. He isn't selling them anything, just being a creep. Anyways, it shouldn't be hard to catch the guy if VS took down the names and numbers of the women who filed complaints.