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American students who posted 'Milf wanted' ad investigated by police

Jess Denham

Published 05/09/2013 | 15:03

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The students came from the University of Vermont
The Craig's List ad

A horny house of American students, thought to be from the University of Vermont, is being investigated by police after posting an ad for a ‘house MILF’ on Craigslist.

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The lucky woman would be required to cook the house dinners in exchange for sex with ‘her pick of the men’, a ‘fun and clean group of guys’ living in Burlington.

UVM police are investigating possible criminal solicitation of a prostitute, although it remains unclear whether the ad, deleted at their request, was serious in intention or an inappropriate prank.

Further requirements read: “Be a woman older than 25 who can cook and would like to enjoy some hot sex with a number of fit 20 somethings. Hopefully you can come by every week for a meal or some playtime. Obviously we can work to accommodate your schedule.”

The ad ended with a winking smiley and a casual ‘hope to hear from you soon ladies.’

UVM spokesman Enrique Corredera told the Burlington Free Press that the university was not convinced by accusations on social media tying Vermont students to the ad. “Since Craigslist does not release the names of individuals posting ads, we do not yet know for a fact that this ill-advised and offensive post originated with a University of Vermont student or students,” he said.

UVM’s tackles complaints over sexual attitudes and behaviour towards women with high priority, following a fraternity survey in 2011 asking members whom they’d most like to rape. The incident led to an in-depth investigation and the fraternity being shut down.

The perpetrators of the post have yet to be tracked down but risk facing solicitation charges. Not so James Deen now, are we boys?

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