Category Archives: Obsessed Stalkers

Stalker banned from Debenhams after becoming obsessed with store security guard

An obsessed stalker who repeatedly harassed a department store security guard she was infatuated with has been banned from a branch of Debenhams.

Lisa Bradley, 47, was fixated on security worker Martin White, who had previously taken out a restraining order against her.

A court heard how she had already been banned from the store in Worcester’s Crowngate Shopping Centre but had continued to watch him from outside.

After a previous restraining order had expired, Bradley was seen swearing at officers as they tried to remove her from the store, before turning aggressive on January 4.

Bradley, of Worcester, Worcestershire, admitted using threatening words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

At Worcester Magistrates Court she was handed a two-year criminal

Read more at: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/crime/stalker-banned-debenhams-after-becoming-12037496

Technology enabling cyberstalkers to torment victims

Technology is not your friend if you’re on the other end of an obsessed stalker.

“If someone is trying to hurt you, they have more tools in their toolbox now,” says Kristin who didn’t want her last name used but spoke openly with CrimeTracker 10 openly about her cyberstalking nightmare.

Kristin suffered from more than a year of torment at the hands of an ex-boyfriend.

“When you specifically tell someone – Do not interact with me – when you block on Facebook or social media or block their phone number and they start going around it and creating new Facebook pages or new Snapchats and emails and phone numbers, that’s when it gets to the point where you are at their mercy,” she said. “They keep interacting with you and all you want is for them to stop.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 7.5 million people are cyberstalked every year.

Read more at: https://www.10tv.com/article/technology-enabling-cyberstalkers-torment-victims

This Guy Is Pissed About All the Mysterious Free Pizza He Keeps …

For two and a half weeks, Guido Grolle’s phone has been ringing off the hook with calls from pizza shops, letting him know he’s got a big order on the way. His inbox fills up with emails telling him what time his pies are coming through. But every time a delivery guy pops by his office to drop off the za, Grolle tells them, for the millionth goddamn time, that he never ordered a thing.

According to Nuhr Rachrichten, the lawyer in Germany has been getting pie after pie, dropped off at various times of the day, without having ordered them himself. More than 100 pizzas from multiple different shops around Hamburg have made their way to Grolle’s office, and he still can’t figure out why.

It may be a dream for most people—getting pizza delivered daily to your desk for free, without having to pick up the phone.

Read more at: https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/j5bjey/this-guy-is-pissed-about-the-mysterious-free-pizza-he-keeps-getting-vgtrn

This Guy Is Pissed About All the Mysterious Free Pizza He Keeps Getting

For two and a half weeks, Guido Grolle’s phone has been ringing off the hook with calls from pizza shops, letting him know he’s got a big order on the way. His inbox fills up with emails telling him what time his pies are coming through. But every time a delivery guy pops by his office to drop off the za, Grolle tells them, for the millionth goddamn time, that he never ordered a thing.

According to Nuhr Rachrichten, the lawyer in Germany has been getting pie after pie, dropped off at various times of the day, without having ordered them himself. More than 100 pizzas from multiple different shops around Hamburg have made their way to Grolle’s office, and he still can’t figure out why.

It may be a dream for most people—getting pizza delivered daily to your desk for free, without having to pick up the phone.

Read more at: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/j5bjey/this-guy-is-pissed-about-the-mysterious-free-pizza-he-keeps-getting-vgtrn

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“ER” (Hulu): Hulu won exclusive streaming rights to “ER,” marking the first time NBC’s beloved doctor drama has been available on a streaming service. That’s 15 seasons (or about 330 episodes) of medical melodrama. Follow the travails of the emergency room staff of the County General Hospital, where lives are saved and entertainment careers are launched (George Clooney, Julianna Margulies) and sometimes not (Noah Wyle). If you’re wanting to kick off your viewing marathon with a few all-time-great episodes, may I suggest “Blizzard” (Season 1, episode 10) and “Hell and High Water” (Season 2, episode 7).

“Tiny Toon Adventures” (Hulu): Nearly 100 episodes of the endlessly clever ’90s cartoon are now streaming on Hulu. Better yet, so is the feature-length movie “Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Summer Vacation.”

“A Futile and Stupid Gesture” (Netflix): David Wain directed this Netflix original comedy that tells the origin story of National Lampoon in

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“Doki Doki Literature Club” Doesn’t Subvert Dating Sim Misogyny As Much As It Thinks It Does

Early 2018 is shaping up to be pretty thin when it comes to video game releases I actually care about. Sure, I’m looking forward to the new Tomb Raider and Mega Man games (and honestly I’m all in for Death Stranding, whatever the heck that ends up being), but the beginning of the year is a bit boring. I looked back at a few “Best of 2017” lists to see what games I missed, and an Indie game called Doki Doki Literature Club piqued my interest.

DDLC is free (or pay what you want) on Steam or itch.io and only takes a few hours to complete. The game ends up turning into something totally different than it seems at first glance, so if you really want to play it I would urge you to do two things: