Woman arrested for trying to trade sex for World Series tickets

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Woman arrested for trying to trade sex for World Series tickets

she was publically humiliated, you would think the police have better things to do......




How about creative serial sex?

Step right up, Susan Finkelstein, 43, a rabid fan who really loves her Phillies.

Married with children, current Penn grad student in liberal arts and onetime assistant PR director at the University of Pennsylvania, she posted an ad on Craigslist.com: "DESPERATE BLONDE NEEDS WS TIX (Philadelphia)

"Diehard Phillies fan - gorgeous tall buxom blonde - in desperate need of two World Series Tickets. Price negotiable - I'm the creative type! Maybe we can help each other!"

Bensalem police were scouring Craigslist looking for illegal activities, like pornography, drug deals and child molesters, when they saw the ad from "Desperate."

Posing as a ticketholder, an undercover cop called Finkelstein in Philadelphia and asked if they could meet in a Bensalem bar Monday night.

autoworker autoworker's picture

  So much for peanuts and cracker jack!


I wonder if she was getting tickets for her and her husband. :D

Seriously though - this is stupid.  Unless, of course, they're also going to start a whole "personal ads" vice team who goes about entrapping women by taking them out to dinner and then seeing if they'll have sex with them afterwards "in exchange".

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[url=http://www.theonion.com/content/node/39495]AKRON, OH[/url]-Area resident Helen Crandall, 44, was arrested by Akron police Sunday, charged with conducting an elaborate "sex for security" scam in which she allegedly defrauded husband Russell Crandall out of nearly $230,000 in cash, food, clothing and housing over the past 19 years using periodic offers of sexual intercourse.


I'm not a lawyer, but I don't follow.  How is there fraud involved here, unless, y'know, she was faking it?