A young woman was swindled by a man that she met on a site for women seeking sugar-daddies. Xiao Mei from Jiangbei met a man online nicknamed “Boss,” on a website for women seeking men to “take care of them.” “Boss” said that he would be willing to give her 20,000 Yuan a month to take care of her while dating her. He said he could come over the next day and give her 5,000 Yuan to start.
“Boss,” came over, and he and Xiao Mei had sex. Xiao Mei then went to take a shower. When she came out, “Boss” was gone, and he had stolen her iPhone 6.
Xiao Mei called the police. Police figured out that the “Boss,” was in fact no boss at all, but a 36 year old man from Linshui, Sichuan named Huang. Huang had been arrested in 2008 for theft, and continued to work as a thief in Chongqing after his arrest.
Jiangbei police tracked down Huang to a nearby rental apartment and arrested him. Police found an iPhone in Huang’s possession but it did not belong to Xiao Mei. Police also found records of chats between Huang and Xiao Mei on his phone.
At his trial, Huang confessed that he had used the same tactics in mid-November to break into another young woman’s apartment. He stole an iPhone 6, a watch, cash and more.
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