Gay Man Sues Craigslist Lover For Not “Bottoming”

Kyle Price is suing Craiglist for allowing bogus “service” posts.

Kyle Price is suing Craiglist for allowing bogus “service” posts.

A New York City man has filed a lawsuit against the anonymous gay sex hook up giant, Craiglist and one of its posters. Kyle Price claims he responded to a Craigslist ad for “services” that included “versing”, “power bottoming”, “gerbil tickling”, “tug rubs” and “magic pony rides” on June, 26th of this year. Price states he met up with the poster and returned to his apartment in hopes of paying for the man’s posted enticements. Instead, Price was greeted with “uncomfortable domination like entry” and says he was forced to be the bottom during the whole experience. Kyle rushed home and out of embarrassment would not call the cops, but instead tried to contact Craigslist’s customer service, which he found out does not exist. After filing his lawsuit with a lawyer he found on Craigslist, he is now suing for “False advertisement”. Craigslist released a statement saying “It is truly sorry for Mr. Price’s situation, but we do not police and will not police items posted in our naughty sections.”

3 thoughts on “Gay Man Sues Craigslist Lover For Not “Bottoming”

  1. Daniel Garza

    Aren’t you taking a chance just by answering a post on Craigslist? It’s like buying a Mystery Grab Bag. You never really know what you are getting.
    As for Mr. Bowers, “dangers of homosexuality and liberals”… Really?


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