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#20066

OMG: Campus Police is asking for help in identifying a suspect.

Male, Asian, tall – 6’0” to 6’3”, thin build, tan complexion, short black hair spiked up with gel. Spoke English with no accent.

https://uwaterloo.ca/police/news/suspicious-person-campus

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  1. Have they checked the MC?

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  2. http://www.uwimprint.ca/article/4660-two-incidents-involving-suspicious-persons-on

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  3. " sometimes the suspect involved is “socially awkward and this is their way of trying to meet someone” " -Aww! He was just trying to meet someone guys! /s

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    1. that's completely retarded

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  4. Lol. Sounds like an engineer who doesn't understand how girls work. Poor guy. He should take PD 3!

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    1. and how exactly do 'girls work'? Care to enlighten us?

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    2. As in, they don't like when guys grab them and try to prevent them from leaving

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    3. 4b, that's... not limited to girls. I'm a guy, and I'd be weirded out if anyone (male or female) did that to me, too.

      While I doubt this suspicious individual actually has malicious intent, it sounds like he is in dire need of a lesson in basic human interaction. And a lesson in how to not be creepy.

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    4. does he wear an engineer ring? it must mean hes married

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    5. I don't think its a male or female problem. It's the "touching" part. Oh I think they had malicious intent. They had the malicious intent of tying u down for the rest of your life lol

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  5. Thank you 4c! This isnt just concerning girls or the (apparently) magical way they work

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    1. Blasphemy! Everything is about women and how mysterious they are. If you don't like it then you're a misogynist.

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    2. If women weren't so god damn confusing, then there would be no gay people in the world.

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    3. 5b - Your idea falls apart because lesbians exist

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    4. That's easy. I don't believe in lesbians.

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    5. Do women ever care about what "we" want? Just to throw some chocolate in there. Is it too much to ask for to let us just pay?

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  6. This is why a cop car was following me on campus... I fit the description and was scared lool

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    1. I found out about this while on campus last night. I felt very compelled to accost anyone who vaguely met the description to prove why descriptions like this are highly ambiguous and therefore useless.

      Very very tempted to corral a bunch of people into a herd and say 'wait! the police is on the way! they have the check every one of you!' or something.

      Seriously? A tall, thin, tan asian with spiked up black hair? That's like a third of the people on campus. Seriously.

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    2. @6a They're doing the best they can with limited information.

      Sorry that we don't live in some sort of Orwellian society where Campus Police has spycams everywhere watching us constantly.

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    3. 6a, false. Most asians are not tall.

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  7. I have a solution to this! Round up all the tall asian men who speak with spiky black hair who speak English well, and kick them off-campus!

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    1. can we kick out spiky black hair from any race?

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    2. @ 7: exactly! Why don't we just put them in internment camps as well until its "safe"?

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    3. Gas them. Gas them all, just in case.

      But first, give a team of girls some strap-ons and fuck those guys up the ass, just so they know what it feels like to REALLY be harassed before they die.

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  8. "told her words to the effect that he thought she was good looking and wanted to talk to her"
    fhrinp

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  9. Mans been watching too much japanese anime

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  10. I gotta say from the description it sounds like he could be an interesting fella, probably just approached some stuck up bitches.

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  11. PUA strikes again.

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  12. Yeah, lets find this guy, arrest him, and ruin his life. Lynch him while we're at it.

    What was his crime? Creeped out two girls.

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    1. Fun fact: Touching someone without their consent is not ok, let alone grabbing their hand to stop them or purposefully blocking them from leaving when they are obviously disturbed by your actions.

      Not only is that pretty disturbing behaviour, but in many cases is assault under s. 265 of the Criminal Code.

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    2. This is nothing big. People do things that are much much worse that are sadly not even considered criminal. In comparison, grabbing a girl's hand and telling her se is beautiful AND not attempting to rape her is refreshing to say the least.

      And if you argue that this could have easily lead to rape. well let me tell you this, drinking will get anyone closer to doing any of the most heinous crimes possible, so maybe we should ban drinking as well?

      Police! Arrest this man for he is creeping me out! thats what this sounds like

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    3. Lol @12.a. You sound like a person who tries to charge anyone who bumps into you while waiting in line for food or on the bus.

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    4. @12b Re drinking "argument": Nice strawman fallacy there, how about try and stick the point?

      Grabbing a woman's hand and attempting to block her path when she is *obviously disturbed by you and trying to move away* is threatening behaviour. Consider that the woman in Incident #1 had to physically pull her hand from his grasp and run away, and the woman in Incident #2 had to run to get around him as he was blocking her path purposefully, I'd say this is more than "creeping [someone] out".

      For reference...

      "A person commits an assault when... he attempts or threatens, by an act or a gesture, to apply force to another person, if he has, or causes that other person to believe on reasonable grounds that he has, present ability to effect his purpose." - s. 265.1b, Criminal Code of Canada

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    5. Police aren't looking for this guy in order to arrest him. There have been complaints; in all likelihood they'll just give him a warning to lay off.

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    6. 12 b here... fuck the criminal code dont teach me law, legal system was originally and should be there as a reflection of morality, and there is nothing immoral about what he did. People do these things at nightclubs all the time you dont piss yourself then do you?

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    7. 12f, the legal system and it's definitions of assault and harassment beg to differ.

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    8. fuck the law, if its not immoral and no real harm was done, no big deal plain and simple. Technically weed is not allowed in netherlands but it has become public practice to ignore that. Similarly, this is not hurting anyone, (if he had proceeded to hurt the girl or rape, thats a different story). So in my books, and many others this is just 2 stuck up bitches

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    9. 12h - Making two women fear for their safety by physically attempting to stop them leaving (as 12d said) is hurting people. Just because they weren't physically injured does not mean that harm was not done.

      You are literally what is wrong with this campus.

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    10. 12.f. I can't even believe what you just said. This is the problem with society. Just because it happens in nightclubs, it doesn't make it ok. It's so sad that you think that this behaviour is acceptable in nightclubs let alone anytime.

      Also this is not the same as smoking pot. What the hell? Just because it's customary to ignore some laws, doesn't make it right. Pot is "harming (if you think it's harmful which I don't) yourself. What this guy did was assault and affects another person. I don't want him arrested or anything, I just think he should be given a warning. Can someone tell me what is wrong with that?

      Any person on this page can say that they would grab a stranger's arm and try to stop them from leaving and scare them into running away without feeling like an asshole... then we have a different story. But if you know in your heart you would not do this, then I don't understand why you wouldn't agree with me.

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    11. Incident #1 - "blocked her path, grabbed her hand... pulled away"
      Incident #2 - "blocked her path... required to run around him"

      Wow. So the guy grabbed her hand and blocked a path...

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    12. 12k omg I know right?

      Stuck up bitches wanting to not be grabbed by someone that they are perceiving as threatening.

      More like PMS-ing

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    13. Heavy load here,

      Regarding the handstand fallacy, i have a theory that sticks exactly to the point.

      It is very necessary to learn some defence techniques. Shove a nose kick some crotches there.

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    14. @12a and @12d

      If your intention/wish is for criminal legal action to be taken against this man, then your interpretation of the harassment/assault law sets a dangerous precedent of what police can or cannot arrest people over.

      "A person commits an assault when... he attempts or threatens, by an act or a gesture, to apply force to another person, if he has, or causes that other person to believe on reasonable grounds that he has, present ability to effect his purpose." - s. 265.1b, Criminal Code of Canada

      This definition could be interpreted by overzealous feminists (you) to arrest anyone. Do you literally think "threatening gestures" or "approaching strangers in a public area" should be a criminal offence? Have we become so feminized that taking someones hand is considered assault?

      Keep in mind that this guy did not attempt to physically harm her, nor did he give pursuit to the women when they ran away.

      Your attitude is a symptom of the kind of feminism that believes all men are rapists are proven otherwise, and that women are delicate, feeble little flowers.

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  13. for everyone bashing the girls who reported him, you don't understand what it's like unless you've been in that position. Even if you don't feel threatened, it's a very uncomfortable position - people shouldn't have to feel uncomfortable or nervous on campus because of creeps like this guy

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    1. unless they considered the guy attractive and later brag about meeting prince charming while walking.

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    2. 13.a. It's not "charming" to accost women.

      Kindly put your fedora back on and go back to Reddit.

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    3. LMAO. Accost? Poor princess life must be so tough for you. What will happen is this: police will search and possible find said male. They will most likely tell him not to act in that manner for the future. If the women are so mentally distraught they will press charges. The judge will look at this and at most subject the male to some classes to learn social skills. At least the judge will give a warning to the male. If that happens we will see all the feminists complain about how this is just like the patriarchal society of male gropers and how their very lives are endangered by such individuals. It will escalate and become a national debate with ridicule.

      People need to grow the fuck up.

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    4. Wow 13c, are you so dim that you don't understand the definition of "accost"? And how it differs from groping?

      P.S. Assuming makes an ass out of you and... well out of you at, any rate.

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    5. @ 13a/c, unless you've ever been in the situation where you've felt that your safety is being threatened by someone who's clearly more powerful than you, you have no right to speak to how this type of behavior makes women feel in regards to their safety.

      As someone who's been attacked by someone who I initially thought was "just creepy", I'm much happier with the fact that this is getting attention and at the very least the suspect will see this and know that his behavior is wrong. If he does get caught, he'll have a formal warning, no doubt. I don't think that wanting women on campus to feel safe and that their personal space is respected is a lot to ask.

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    6. ohhh i am soooo sorry for your discomfort, there are living beings dying both in the country and outside, but no we don't need to pay attention to that bullshit, we need to make sure your emotions are intact!

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    7. @13f Society doesn't need to focus on only one thing at a time.

      Nice try at an "appeal to emotion" fallacy though! :)

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    8. ^ No we certainly can focus on multiple things, but we sure are very good at turning a blind eye to very important matters and focussing on trivial matters.

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    9. @13.e you play the victim then you support others to play along with you and to hell with them if they decide not to? lol

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    10. @13.f so because there are humanitarian problems in other parts of the world we should ignore all of our own society's problems? Seems legit.

      13.h women deserve to feel safe, how is that trivial?

      13.I "play the victim" gee thanks, what every assault victim wants to hear. I'm not playing anything, I don't want anyone else to go through what I've gone through and I'm damn tired of feeling scared to walk down the street in my own neighborhood because I can't trust the rest of the population to understand where social boundaries are. This thread has just made me MORE upset because I'm realizing how many misogynists there are festering at uw who apparently think its all in good fun to physically restrict a woman from getting away from you? I hope none of you ever have daughters you sick fucks.

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    11. ^ you need to resolve your own issues and not expect everyone to cater to your feelings.

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    12. Jesus christ for the last time, its not about "catering to feelings" its about not acting threatening towards women, how fucking difficult is that for you to understand??

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    13. ^ You just think everything is about you and you're the center of the universe. Ironically you just trivialize what has happened to you by trying to exaggerate the events of the post.

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  14. damn RL trying to be fly.

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  15. TIL that telling a female she is beautiful can get you arrested.

    Femanism not even once.

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    1. TIL you can't read. Police are looking for this individual =/= police are hoping to arrest this individual. He has made several people uncomfortable (tbh, I'm a guy, and I don't like being touched without warning, so if some random came over to me and held my hand I'd be freaked out too). The press on this will hopefully serve as a warning in itself - but if it doesn't, they'll basically just tell him to cut it out, that's all.

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    2. I agree with 15a, learn to read.

      The police aren't looking for this guy because he was telling women they "are beautiful", they're looking for him because when these women tried to get away he attempted to physically block them (including grabbing them).

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  16. This reminds me of something, when I was in highschool, this girl would come randomly grab my hand or sit on my lap for shits and giggles, that too against my will. When I expressed my discomfort, she said are you gay or something, then I realized I guess not. Point being, had the genders been reversed, the guy wouldnt have given a shit if a girl grabbed his hand, so why should the girl be.

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    1. You just said that you were discomforted, so obviously you had "given a shit".

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    2. but not enough to make a federal case of it. just like get off so i can do my work

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    3. Maybe you didn't feel scared or your life. WHat the girl did to you was harrassment. I don't believe in double standards. But was she bigger than you? Do you walk the streets every night and fear that someone bigger than you who is harrassing you is capable of hurting you? The situations are different because maybe this girl didn't have any power over you. It was just annoying. Also, this situation was a night when there are fewer people on campus.

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    4. Yes 16 did you live your life expecting to be a victim and wanting sympathy from everyone like 16.c?

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  17. Any person on this page can say that they would grab a stranger's arm and try to stop them from leaving and scare them into running away without feeling like an asshole... then we have a different story. But if you know in your heart you would not do this, then I don't understand why you wouldn't agree with me.

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    1. because the anonymous internet dislikes the elitist SJW and this issue is easily picked on by both sides.

      It's pretty clear that a normal person wouldn't do that.

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  18. 12.f. I can't even believe what you just said. This is the problem with society. Just because it happens in nightclubs, it doesn't make it ok. It's so sad that you think that this behaviour is acceptable in nightclubs let alone anytime.

    Also this is not the same as smoking pot. What the hell? Just because it's customary to ignore some laws, doesn't make it right. Pot is "harming (if you think it's harmful which I don't) yourself. What this guy did was assault and affects another person. I don't want him arrested or anything, I just think he should be given a warning. Can someone tell me what is wrong with that?

    Any person on this page can say that they would grab a stranger's arm and try to stop them from leaving and scare them into running away without feeling like an asshole... then we have a different story. But if you know in your heart you would not do this, then I don't understand why you wouldn't agree with me.

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  19. A lot of the comments on this thread probably explain why so many of you are forever alone.

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    1. They don't like compliments and holding hands lol

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    2. @19.b I was thinking more of the greasy misogynists being forever alone...

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    3. @19c, irl greasy misogynists are drowning in pussy, you'd be surprised

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    4. You call it misogyny, we call it "treating women the way the world intended them to be treated."

      Everyone was created with a rightful place in the world. Feminism is just what you get when women don't accept theirs. We know the truth - women WANT to be put in their correct place, but they don't want to go there themselves. We're just REAL men who have the balls to put our women in their place - and they LIKE it.

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    5. hahah yeah, women don't really know what they want. But don't ever tell them that, it's what pisses them off the most....

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    6. A sweeping statement like that 19 probably explains why you're only in Women's Studies.

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    7. there's no way 19e is not a troll

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    8. @19g, and you base that on what exactly?

      I think it's a pretty accurate assessment that most people who frequent this site are forever alone.

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