Remember the Guy Looking For a Girl With the Same Name As His Ex? He Found a Match
There was a story last month about a 28-year-old guy in Toronto named Jordan who got DUMPED by his girlfriend . . . right after he’d booked them plane tickets for a trip around the world.
Jordan didn’t want the tickets to go to waste, so he decided to look for a woman with the SAME NAME as his ex . . . Elizabeth Gallagher. She also had to have a Canadian passport, and she didn’t even have to hang out with him.
Well . . . Jordan got thousands of emails from women, including EIGHTEEN Elizabeth Gallaghers in Canada.
He just decided to give the tickets to a 23-year-old Elizabeth Gallagher from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia. Yes, she’s attractive. But she also has a serious BOYFRIEND, who was apparently cool with her traveling the world for a month with a random dude?
They’ll meet in New York today for the first time, then head to Milan, Italy . . . Vienna, Austria . . . Prague, Paris, Bangkok . . . and Delhi, India. They get home January 12th.
Click here for pictures of Jordan and the Elizabeth he found.
Man Fakes Heart Attack So Partner Can Steal Toys
Tarus Scott and Genard Dupree were arrested Tuesday after a surveillance camera in a Wal-Mart in Lake Wales, Florida, captured one of them faking a heart attack so the other one could steal a Barbie car and other toys.
The video shows the suspects walking through the store together. Suddenly, Genard lays down on the ground near the entrance as he clutches his chest and pretends to have a heart attack.
When other shoppers tried to help Genard, Tarus allegedly helped himself to $369 worth of toys, including a motorized power wheel Barbie car, a Leap Frog tablet, and a Barbie Glam vacation house.
Once Tarus was out of the store, Genard got up, brushed himself off and walked out as well.
Security guards obviously thought that was a little suspicious and called the cops. The cops tracked them down and busted them!!!
A Guy Uses Tinder to Find the Woman Who Robbed Him
David Petersen of San Francisco is the founder of a startup and earlier this year, a woman broke into his offices and stole about 15 MacBook Pro computers, seven iPads, and a few other things. All in all, she stole at least $30,000 worth of stuff.
David found the cops weren’t particularly helpful . . . even though he had a clear surveillance video shot of the woman’s face. So . . . he decided to handle it himself.
He set up a profile on TINDER for the thief, put up the surveillance camera shot of her, and added text that said, quote, “I rob offices in SF. $5,000 reward for identifying me.”
He figured that with the amount of people looking at profiles on Tinder, SOMEONE would recognize the thief . . . and someone did. They gave David her name and another photo that matched her.
He turned that over to the cops . . . they say the investigation is still ongoing.
Click here to see what he put on Tinder.