Here Is The Main Reason I Have Trust Issues With Dating Apps
While everybody is celebrating love this Valentine's weekend, I will be celebrating being single with my television, remote, and dinner-for-one while watching the NBA All-Star Game.
While all my friends try to convince me to use a dating app (and I have used a few in the past), this recent episode I just read about made me delete all dating apps on my smartphone.
According to CNN, a woman picked up this guy named Christopher Castillo after meeting him on a dating app (You already see where this is going).
While "she" is driving, he was sipping wine in the passenger seat and told her to pull over at a bank.
He goes in and next thing she knows, he's running back into the car sweating wearing sunglasses, a hat, carrying a gun, and $1,000 in cash. WHAT?
Stunned while in the drivers seat, he yells at her "F***ing go!" yet they didn't make it far as they were caught and Christopher...well he was arrested and charged with armed robbery and three counts of assault and battery on a police officer.
Christopher will be spending the next three Valentine's Day afternoons inside state prison, plus two years in the Bristol County House of Corrections for violently struggling against and spitting on the police officers who tried to subdue him.
Good news for the young lady - she will not be charged.
Now you understand why I have trust issues with dating apps.