A social experiment centred around mobile dating app Tinder has attempted to expose online predators in Melbourne seeking to groom underage girls. Creators of The Tinder Experiment established a fake account for 'Imogen' who initially registers herself as an year-old but explains in her profile that she is in fact What the three anonymous creators then claim is that many older men aren't deterred by Imogen's age. In one video, the group say they secretly filmed two men - believed to be aged 31 and 43 - who allegedly met up with Imogen when she told them she was home alone. The trio - who only wanted to be known as their pseudonyms 'Imogen', 'Blake and 'Jack' - told Daily Mail Australia they conducted the experiment after noticing 'an alarming amount of inappropriate content in the app' which they claim to be 'underage girls, prostitution and trafficking of illicit drugs'.
A disturbing transcript has been released of a real conversation between a web predator as he tries to get a underage girl to send him intimate pictures. A chilling insight into the sick mind of a paedophile has been revealed by a band of Facebook vigilantes who create fake profiles to net perverts. The group of men, who founded the Paedophiles Unmasked Facebook group, have released the disturbing online conversation which they say has now been passed to police. Posing online as young, teenage girls, the self-styled vigilantes make their age very clear to men who approach them. If a predator persists, knowing they are 'grooming' a child , their identity is disclosed to detectives and the conversation can be used as evidence. In an unsettling exchange the group made public today, one male online groomer, claiming to be a man called Daniel, in his mids, from Australia, asks questions about the girl's bra size and whether she's ever let anyone touch her breasts, despite the fact she tells him she's only Daniel says to the girl: "Random question for you though, what is your bra size?
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