Who can harass the harasser? Anonymous: Yes We Can!!

A woman was harassed by one idiot with the phone no starts with 8310. Refer to the screenshot above. To that woman: put up the last 4 digits in this blog post. I assure you there will be noble anonymous who shall harass the hasasser.

What goes around comes around.

I believe that wholeheartedly.

So let the harasser feel himself how frustrating it can be when he's being harassed. And as verified by the article below, it's anyway a non-arrestable crime. So spam on this monster!!

The police were unable to assist a woman who was harrassed via obscene text messages.

Frustrated, the woman resorted to reporting the incident on citizen journalism website Stomp.

The woman, who did not want to give her real name, said: "I received text messages that contained explicit language from this sender one day.

"Despite being warned to stop, the sender still continued to send dirty messages asking to meet up."

She reported the matter to the police because the sender said he knew where her workplace was, and would look for her.

The police told her the incident was a "non-arrestable crime" and were unable to conduct any investigations.

She said: "Do the police have to wait until there are serious consequences before starting the investigation? By then, it will be too late."

She also warned other women not to entertain this kind of behaviour.

Some netizens who read her story were unsympathetic, saying that she should not have responded to the sender's messages, while others said that she should consult her telco about blocking the sender's phone number.

From Asiaone, "Police can't help SMS harassment victim".


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