Skip to comments.Salad-for-sex deal made during prostitution sting, police say
Posted on 06/12/2014 4:40:05 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Alonzo Liverman didn't have any cash when he approached an undercover officer posing as a prostitute in Daytona Beach on Monday morning, police said.
But he did have a salad from Applebee's.
According to an arrest report released Thursday, the officer, who was working a reverse prostitution sting in the area of Fremont and South Ridgewood avenues, told Liverman she was hungry and asked, "You got food?"
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How is this different from a bar pick-up?
Drink, dinner, salad on the sidewalk.
Tossed, Cobb, or Chicken?
Gonna go make some popcorn, this should be good.
How is prostitution different from paying someone to participate in pornography? None, but one is called free speech.
If there were multiple people, a catch line could have been “Lettuce entertain you.”
All I got from this article is that the hookers are cheap in Daytona Beach. They need a union. Bad.
“How is prostitution different from paying someone to participate in pornography?”
Well, the lighting in pornography is usually better.
(I’ll be here all week...)
Um, how is this different from the average dinner date negotiation?
I mean, aside from being a bit explicit about the outcome.
I believe that it would depend on the type of salad dressing the perp had...
I guess nobody likes cold soup.
I’m guessing it was a “tossed salad”.
I was waiting for someone to bring up a ‘’tossed salad’’lol
If it had been a Ceasar salad, it could have been a toga party...
Bad arrest. LEO cannot make the offer of sex for compensation. Amounts to entrapment.
He: Do you know the difference between sex and a salad?
She: No, what?
He: Do you want to go to lunch?
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