13 yr. old abducts exotic dancer

MacDawg

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When I was 13, I still believed you would go blind if you looked at Playboy. :p
But that was back in the day.

How old were you when you abducted your first exotic dancer??

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A 13-year old Virginia Beach boy is being held at the Virginia Beach Detention Center after police say he abducted an exotic dancer last Tuesday night.

According to officials, the dancer showed up at a pre-arranged appointment at a residence - subsequently discovered to be vacant - in the 700 block of South Rosemont Road around 6:30pm.

The woman noticed the client was a juvenile, but was told that the contract was for his older brother. Police say the woman waited for a while, but no one else showed up.

Authorities say when the woman eventually tried to leave the residence, she was stopped by the juvenile who pointed a shotgun at her and ordered her to dance.

The dancer diverted the boy's attention and tried to dial 911 on her cell phone. According to police, the juvenile then grabbed the phone. During the struggle, the woman bit the boy's hand and was able to break free and run to her car.
 

Sun Baked

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Lord Blackadder said:
Hmm, maybe if he ever gets caught he''ll be tried as an adult and end up dancing for Bubba the Booty Bandit in the Hoosegow. :eek:
Needs the education that only prison can offer him, so the next time at least he'll be abducting the exotic dancer for more than just a dance.
 

Apple Hobo

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Lord Blackadder said:
Hmm, maybe if he ever gets caught he''ll be tried as an adult and end up dancing for Bubba the Booty Bandit in the Hoosegow. :eek:



These news stories involving juveniles and sex-related crimes keep getting more and more weird as time goes by.
 

Hemingray

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Ha ha haaa!
The dancer diverted the boy's attention and tried to dial 911 on her cell phone. According to police, the juvenile then grabbed the phone. During the struggle, the woman bit the boy's hand and was able to break free and run to her car.
Okay, just one question: HOW did she divert the boy's attention? :eek:
 

zelmo

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Hemingray said:
Okay, just one question: HOW did she divert the boy's attention? :eek:
Well, if she diverted her attention the way you and I think she did, it's lucky for the boy that all she bit was his hand! :eek: :eek:
 

tech4all

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powermac666 said:
Well, if she diverted her attention the way you and I think she did, it's lucky for the boy that all she bit was his hand! :eek: :eek:
But if she wasing doing what I think your thinking of, well I don't think she would be able to speak to 911 on the cell phone with her mouth ;) :D :rolleyes:
 

Mechcozmo

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How did the kid get a shotgun? Last time I checked, those were still not being sold in vending machines or at Costco... :confused:
 

tech4all

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Mechcozmo said:
How did the kid get a shotgun? Last time I checked, those were still not being sold in vending machines or at Costco... :confused:
Irresponsible parent who left gun lying around :confused:
 

wdlove

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Thirteen year olds are certainly much more sophisticated today. It must have been his young age that allowed her to divert his attention. Happy to hear that she was able to escape.
 

Mr. Anderson

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Very sad actually - it could have been quite scary if she hadn't made it out to the car. Lucky no one was hurt as well....

Not that I really know much about these things, really, but don't these gals usually have escorts/body guards? I was at a bachelor party once and the woman who showed up came with a guy....

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efoto

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Well regardless of how she distracted the boy, going in to a house and not being to escape from a 13yr old boy, well lets just say I am going to assume that she is not the brightest light in the bathroom (where is that from? :p).

I do not know about all of you but as for me, at 13 I was not the most difficult person to pass, although I never had a shotgun to point for presuasion...probably best that way.

So yea...13 and picking up dancers, pretty sweet. Although the kid is going to get in trouble, I have to give him credit for getting her into his house, pretty sweet.
 

tech4all

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efoto said:
Well regardless of how she distracted the boy, going in to a house and not being to escape from a 13yr old boy
But the thing is though the boy was armed with a gun and I would assume that he knows how to use that thing. Could the dancer have thought if he would have really shot her? Maybe. But he was armed nonetheless, and she was thinking of her life, which, IMO, makes her wise to do w/e it took to save it. But thats just me.... ;)

Still a funny story though :D