This happens when you give your trick syphilis

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Hooking up with a hunk through cruising apps or dating websites can be risky. Especially when you recycle your tricks and he remembers that STD you gave him, but you don’t. Uh-oh.

A 45-year-old gay Atlanta man sealed the deal with his trick, inviting him over after they met on a dating site. Trouble is, the two had sexed it up once before, according to Creative Loafing. And that tryst didn’t end well for one of them.

Via the Blotter Diva:

A 45-year-old man said he met a guy on an online dating site and invited him over to have sex at his place. Mr. Hot Hookup arrived and insisted on going to the living room to chat. Mr. Hot Hookup declared that they’d had sex before and the 45-year-old had given him syphilis so he wanted to be paid $360 cash. Stunned, the 45-year-old refused to hand over any money because he did not recognize the guy and knew that they had never had sex. Mr. Hot Hookup said he at least deserved gas money. After all, he’d driven all the way to the 45-year-old’s house.

You gave me syphilis – that’s a big thing again among gay men – and I want gas money for my trouble. Seems fair, right? Until Mr. Hot Hookup got greedy.

The 45-year-old agreed to pay $20 for gas money under one condition: Mr. Hot Hookup must leave his home immediately. The 45-year-old went upstairs to get the money and when he returned Mr. Hot Hookup yelled, “You don’t know me, motherfucker!” He then kicked the wall, leaving a scuff mark. Now Mr. Hot Hookup said $20 was not enough. He wanted more. The 45-year-old forked over another $80, trying to get the guy to leave.

The troubling trick threatened to phone a friend for help in wringing cash from his host. But he finally walked away so the 45-year-old man called the cops. Awkward. Yes officer, I invited this dude over because we were thirsty. Then he got greedy. There was some syphilis involved. And some cash.

At least no one was locked in a bathroom. Leave that to Tinder tricks. And no bloody jockstraps from a Grindr threeway gone bad, either.

[Creative Loafing]


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