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'Swiss cheese pervert' on the loose in Philly

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A "Swiss cheese pervert" is on the loose in Philadelphia. Police say that a man has been harassing females in the Mayfair area, exposing himself and asking the women to perform sexual acts on him using a block of Swiss cheese that he himself provides.

"I understand that people may think this is funny, but this is no laughing matter. We've had a couple of individuals reach out to us. We're taking this matter very seriously and we are working vigorously with police to get this guy off the streets," said the town watch's senior adviser.

The "Swiss cheese pervert" started his strange obsession on the website "OkCupid" and posted an ad of sorts trying to lure women with his weird cheese fetish. When that didn't work, the man took to the streets. Police are urging women to stay away from this man and to call police if they spot him -- or if they are confronted by him. Gross.

© Effie Orfanides 2014


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