Can you believe he tried to pull this?
Just as real as there’s buyer’s remorse, dater’s remorse is a real thing. You said yes to a date, but when the day comes, you realize you’re just not feeling it. So, what do you do? You tell them you forgot a doctor’s appointment, or that you’ve come down with a cold, all in the hopes that they get the hint.
For the following daters, a simple “my dog died” wasn’t enough; they took little white lies to the extreme. Next time someone stands you up because they “forgot” they have to stay late at work, consider yourself lucky. At least they didn’t fake an entire terrorist attack just to avoid you.
The Makings of a Great Vacation…
A woman from Chennai, the capital of Indian an Indian state, Tamil Nadu, thought a trip with her man, Motaparthi Vamshi Krishna, would be great. He didn’t feel the same way though. Krishna would do just about anything to get out of the trip, including faking an entire terrorist attack to affect the airline, making their trip impossible.
The Cyber-Scheme of the Year
Instead of simply telling his date that he didn’t want to go on the trip, Krishna took it to the extreme. He created an e-mail address to contact airport authorities to inform them that he overheard six men discussing their plans to hijack an airplane.
That couldn’t possibly backfire, could it?
Police traced the e-mail back to Krishna’s IP address and were able to identify him as the source of the threat. Krisha is being persecuted for giving false information to a civil servant, facing charges that are not too pretty.
This wasn’t Krishna’s first experience with cybercrime. He had previously used his cyberskills to convince a woman that he would marry her, even though he was already married.
In the long run, maybe the woman he was supposed to go out with dodged a bullet.