Geriatric cock tax

via Topnews

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The professional bunny boilers are at it

Sex workers are blackmailing and exploiting elderly men in a saga of sinister and humiliating abuse.

The often unreported issue is a dark secret of elder abuse and victims come forward only when they are desperate, an expert says.

Age Concern Canterbury community health nurse Kerry Howley has worked with the victims of elder abuse for six years and has her fair share of horror stories.

What sort of elder abuse are they talking about then?

Brent, 72, had been regularly using the services of a prostitute who one day knocked on his door claiming to be carrying his baby and demanding he pay child support.

He rang Age Concern for help, saying he “physically” could not be the father of the child. When Howley rang the sex worker, threatening a paternity test after the birth, “she backed off completely and said it wasn’t his baby”.

Frank, 68, lost “pretty much everything he owned” after he befriended a prostitute. She knew where he kept his spare key and over several years she bled him of all his money, pain-killing medication and most of his furniture – even taking his recliner chair, that he was still paying off at Noel Leeming, and leaving him with only a stool in his living room.

Ivan, 79, called on a prostitute in her early 40s who now visits him at least twice a day, threatening gang affiliations if he does not hand over money.

He has lost his entire retirement fund of $100,000.

Wow.  Those are some cold, cold bitches.

 


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