We’ve been a bit quiet on the site for a while but unfortunately this doesn’t mean that creeps are not still being creeps.
We’ve received this submission and I feel creeped out just reading it, imagine being the person on the receiving end of this?
(We have permission from the submitter to show the message in full including the creepers name.)
Here is a link to a Gist with the text from image.
Ladies and Gentlemen, today we are truly honoured to have our first Prince submission.
Sorry, I couldn’t help myself, I wear my heart on my sleeve and say what I feel, just like Prince Kaka Pius did when he told the person who submitted this that he was in love with.
I have the permission from the person who submitted this creep to post their name.
Richard Turner likes to make women feel uncomfortable on LinkedIn by sending them messages with zero content and just commenting on their looks.
Until people stop using LinkedIn to hit on other people I don’t know how to take it seriously as a professional network.
Bronwyn, who shared this creepy screenshot was happy to have her name shown.
Warren Spencer thinks it is OK to creep on people on LinkedIn. It isn’t.
The person who submitted this was nothing but pleasant throughout the entire
exchange, then Warren decides to creep it up.
This creeper gets straight to the point;
“You look extremely beautiful, charming and exquisite”
He likes creeping on people and dislikes the Oxford comma.