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An online date reportedly turned ugly for a Queens college student when the man stole her cell phone and altered her dating profile after she refused to go back to his apartment.

A Brooklyn man took revenge on a Queens college student by stealing her cell phone and altering her online dating profile after she refused his advances on an OKCupid date, according to a published report.

The woman, a 22-year-old St. John’s University student, told the New York Post, that they spoke for two weeks before meeting in-person. Everything was going well during their date near Union Square one evening until they had a few drinks and he allegedly tried to get her to go back with him to his Williamsburg apartment, the publication said.

She refused and things turned ugly, according to the publication. He allegedly followed her to the subway, threw a water bottle at the woman, then took her phone.

Though she escaped, the man texted her friends pretending to be her, and changed her profile by uploading photos of the woman and writing “I’m available for threesomes,” she told the Post.

Police are reportedly investigating the incident.

 

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