While you were sleeping, a 25-year-old Indianapolis man was on a chat line talking dirty to another man. One thing led to another and he was on his way to meet the stranger in the hopes of a getting/giving a professional or something more....but things didn't go as planned.
The two men arranged over the chat line to meet in a parking area between an apartment complex and liquor store near 21st Street and Ritter Avenue, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report. After arriving at the meet-up around 2:40 a.m., the victim told police, he got into the back seat of the silver 2000 Nissan Maxima he was driving and removed his pants. He was startled, however, when the second man then pulled a black handgun and ordered the pantless man out of the vehicle, police said. The suspect told the victim “to leave his pants and run away as fast as he could,” according to the IMPD report. The victim complied but turned around to watch the suspect leave the area in the Nissan, police said, driving eastbound on 21st Street. Also lost in the robbery were the victim’s Indiana driver’s license, credit cards and two cell phones, police said. The victim told police the car is registered either to his aunt or cousin, who live in Ohio. It is described as a 4-door silver Nissan Maxima with Ohio plates in front and back, a loud muffler, a dent on the right side of the rear bumper, hood latched down with two bungee cords and the driver-side rear-view mirror broken. Anyone with information possibly helpful to the ongoing investigation may call Crime Stoppers at (317) 262-TIPS (8477).Hmmm, we're not sure we believe his story. We're torn between whether this 25-year-old man really did get carjacked OR he made up the story so he could get rid of that clunker.
source: Indianapolis Star