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South Euclid man calls police to complain about unsatisfactory ‘sexual services’

January 9, 2019

South Euclid man calls police to complain about unsatisfactory ‘sexual services’

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — Police say a man who hired two women to come to his home and perform “sexual services” called officers and accused the women of robbery because he was unhappy with their efforts.

According to a post on the police department’s Facebook page, the 80-year-old man tells police he paid the two women $500. He says they were involved in some sexual activity, but he tells officers the women did not meet his expectations.

The women were gone by the time officers arrived, police say. Officers told the man that although he was unhappy, it was not a robbery attempt.

Police did not say if the man will face any charges.

The man reportedly met the women through a friend in Cleveland.

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