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Breaking up is hard to do, but breaking up is even harder to do when 20 strange men show up on your doorstep expecting a free-for-all sex party. Here's what happened. Andre Flom, 31, of Portland wasn't too thrilled when his girlfriend Caitlin Moser, 29, ended their relationship. He was so pissed, in fact, that he decided to go on Craigslist and create advertisements under Caitlin's name that asked dudes to come to her house and, essentially, do her. There was some pretty raunchy language used in the ads and within a few hours, men were knocking on Caitlin's door, ready to get down and dirty.
If Mr. Flom hasn't yet been nominated for the worst ex-boyfriend in the world award, let me be the first to do so. We can mail a paper crown to his jail cell if he wins.
He's been charged with computer crime and identity theft and is being held in prison instead of posting the $30,000 bond.
I can't begin to imagine what Caitlin went through, but obviously, she was more than just surprised when horny strangers started coming to her house, she was horrified. The ads that Andre posted gave her name, address, and phone number and said things like "What's up, my name's Catlin and I’m very real, looking for a sexy guy to come give me what I need, hit me up - I'm super horny." Nice, huh? He created more than 35 postings before he was caught. How terrible.
So what's the lesson here? Date someone who's a good person. The other lesson? If tens of men start banging down your door looking for some hot, hot lovin', blame your ex.
What's the worse thing that one of your exes has ever done?
Photo via Multnoman County Jail