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Man brags online about taking woman’s phone and cancelling her Uber during date

  • Man reveals how he convinced a woman to have sex with him in ‘lay report’
  • The detailed report was posted in a Facebook group by the Melbourne man
  • He claimed to have taken the woman’s phone and cancel her ride home

A man has revealed how he convinced a woman who ‘didn’t find him attractive’ to have sex with him – after cancelling her Uber and taking her phone.

The man, who is known as Nick is based in Melbourne. 

He posted a ‘lay report’ detailing how his date went from wanting to go home, to sleeping with him then to becoming awkward and withdrawn.

A man has revealed ho he convinced a woman who ‘didn’t find him attractive’ to have sex with him – after cancelling her Uber and taking her phone (stock photo)

The vile Facebook post featured in a creepy online community where like-minded men go to post photos of their sexual conquests – and detail their intimate moments. 

The man’s vile post detailing his time with the woman was revealed by the ABC.

Nick told the woman to take her clothes off so he could massage her – she eventually agreed to have sex. He took photos of her getting dressed and said she was quiet and withdrawn – and left without speaking.

The Facebook communities feature men from around the world – who brag about their sex lives and get praise for having sex with difficult women.

Many of the posts include photos, videos and descriptive details about sexual acts

It is not clear whether these photos or videos have been posted with consent – however many of them appear to show women with their back toward the camera. 

The man, who is known as Nick is based in Melbourne. He posted a 'lay report' detailing how his date went from wanting to go home, to sleeping with him then to becoming awkward and withdrawn (stock photo)

The man, who is known as Nick is based in Melbourne. He posted a ‘lay report’ detailing how his date went from wanting to go home, to sleeping with him then to becoming awkward and withdrawn (stock photo)

 

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