A Wellington man got more than he bargained for when a blindfolded sex adventure with a mystery "woman" ended in shock. He removed the stipulated mask to find a tall man.
He told police he had met someone on Facebook whom he thought was a woman. They arranged to meet at the hotel and he was to wear a blindfold so he could not see "her" perform an oral sex act on him.
NetSafe chief executive Martin Cocker ( unfortunate surname ) said the internet meant people developed relationships they felt comfortable with quite quickly.
I wonder if he de friended her / him.
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