Man Banned from Internet After Sending Naked Men to Neighbor's Door with Craigslist Sex Ads

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Yeah, that's a mouthful of a headline. I just wanted to get all of the facets of this amazing story in the headline so you wouldn't be tempted to pass it over. I assure you, everything I said above is true. And we're not even talking about Florida!

Jason Willis, from Racine, Wisconsin, has been sentenced to two and a half years probation and has been completely banned from using the internet after he used online classified service Craigslist to coax sex-hungry men to his neighbor's house.

I'll let the Journal Times handle the next part:

The Waterford man will spend the next 2 1/2 years on probation and is banned from the Internet after he was sentenced Tuesday for posting Craigslist ads asking people to have sex with his neighbor.

Trouble was, investigators said, his neighbor wasn’t soliciting for sexual trysts and didn’t know about the ads until people began appearing at her door. That included a man dressed in a coat, but naked underneath.

WISN confirms that the man showed up wearing nothing but a trench coat - and he was far from the only one who responded to Willis' racy ad.

If Willis violates any part of his probation (including accessing the internet), he'll be forced to spend 18 months in jail.

Although there is a lot of amazing stuff happening in this story, and it's impossible not to make light of, you have to feel for the victim here. It could have turned into a dangerous situation - I mean, do you know some of the creepers who respond to Craigslist ads?

"It was just a joke to him. To me, that's not my idea of a joke. It's not my idea of a prank. You don't send men to a single woman's home with her daughter there," the victim said. "It's been about a year and a half, but I'm still nervous as to who's coming to my door, why they're coming to my door, and if I don't see a vehicle, I don't know who it is."

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