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  • YIKES: This Woman Was Shot, Robbed By A Man She Met On A Dating App

    The online dating site Badoo.com is where one 34-year-old Georgia woman was hoping to find love. Instead, she was shot in the face and robbed.

    The woman, who police are declining to name, agreed to meet her love interest for dinner at a local Waffle House.

    Waffle House? Seriously? This really should’ve been the first sign that this guy was nothing but bad news.

    Here’s a picture of the Prince Charming, who’s still on the loose.

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    “King Luccianno,” as he describes himself online, cancelled dinner plans and insisted that they head to a motel. That’s when King Luccianno told his date to stop the car, according to 11Alive.

    The woman was shot in the face as she was attempting to flee her car. Police say she will live to tell her story. After shooting the woman, King Luccianno pulled off in her car.

    Major E.W. Strozier of the College Park Police Department told 11Alive that this instance is why online dating could be very dangerous.

    When you go to these social media websites for dating you have to be careful of the people you meet because most of the time the profile they put on there is not really them. If you’re going to meet them, do it in a very public place and don’t go anywhere with them until you feel comfortable.

    The author of this article met the love of his life on an online dating website. 


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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