There cannot be enough warnings about being careful with Internet dating. Never going on a first date alone with someone you've met online, and other tips like that are good advice. But there's another important lesson in the Internet dating story gone horrible wrong on this week's "Dates From Hell" Wed. ET on ID. Gilles Tetreault found what he thought was a great match online.
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15 People Share Their Worst Online Dating Experiences
A woman was arrested in Thousand Oaks over the weekend after firefighters rescued her from a man's chimney. She had been trying to break into the house and had gotten stuck, police said. The homeowner told Los Angeles station KABC he had met the woman, Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa, online and they had gone out on a few dates, but recently ended the relationship. Unfortunately, online dating can lead to scary situations and it doesn't matter if you're a man or a woman, relationship expert Rachel DeAlto said. Have a couple of dates with them before you bring them into your bubble.
Dating is messy enough as is, but the Internet complicates it even more. How can you definitely know who a person is before you meet them IRL? What if they secretly have a face tattoo? Etc, etc. The conversation was terrible, but I noticed she was taking the chicken fingers and ripping them up in her hands and putting the breading in her huge purse.