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Horny Sailors Get Swindled On Tinder And End Up Some Broke-Boy Scallawags With No Booty

Over the past few months, several folks have been tricking young sailors by targeting their sensitive sexual desires. It's a perfect plan for the perfectly depraved. You see some young dudes who are away from home. They have a little change in their pockets and are typically surrounded by nothing but a little bit of a sausage fest. Next thing you know, some sexy little number comes waltzing in on their phone notifications with a nice smile and an even nicer set of them thangs. Hell yeah, baby. 

A few ladies with a few fellas all alone in a barracks room? Buddy, we might have an orgy brewing. Or at least that's what they want you to think. 

This pit of vipers known as women has been leading the young troops to believe that they are some horny, horny ladies looking for a little late-night love. They lure these sailors in-- wine them, dine them, no word on possible 69ing, and then send them on their way. It's dastardly. 

Typically, you can chalk these types of things up to junior troops being junior troops. That's not what happened here though. Well, not entirely. According to the report, a petty officer (someone who has usually been in a few years) who was assigned to a unit in Virginia Beach, Virginia, matched with one of the fake Tinder accounts and then fell victim to a phishing scam. That resulted in a suspect pleading guilty in March, and prosecutors, in that case, also said that at least 25 people had been targeted and more than $363,000 stolen.  

Horned-up Sailors... they'll do anything for a little strange. Tale as old as time. Head on a swivel.