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A woman who received a creepy 500-word message has quit the online dating website he used to contact her.
Maggie Serota, from New York, deactivated her Ok Cupid account after receiving the unwanted attention from a stranger in Sweden.
For instance, a question about whether astrological sign is important in a match is accompanied by a question about what answer you would accept on the topic from a potential mate.The freelance writer said the man had seen her Twitter profile – which has more than 8,000 followers – and then Googled her extensively and found her dating profile from tweets she had written about Ok Cupid.Since posting the man’s messages on her Twitter and Facebook pages, she has contacted him, calling him a “creep”, and he has since been removed from the dating website, according to Mic.She had enough tales of meeting pervy and bizarro men that she just wrote a book about it, called This shot was taken at a networking event.A girl asked me to take a snap of her, and then offered to return the favor.