Man Blames YouTube in Grope Attack on Female

What’s the most creative lie you ever told the police?

Likely it won’t be as interesting as the one Jeremy Flynn Castro told — the 25-year-old San Francisco-area man was arrested for fondling a woman over her clothes — a practice he says he was inspired by from the prank channels on YouTube.

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Currently, I am at a loss for which prank channel he was specifically referencing, but Castro, who is a registered sex offender, grabbed the woman after she dropped her child off at daycare; clearly he didn’t read up on NMR’s story about YouTube pranker Charles Ross who got arrested for doling out wedgies to Florida residents.

While it isn’t known if Castro was actually having the event filmed, it’s still illegal to molest people, prank or not. Here’s some good advice for Castro and others: Step 1: Write the word “NO” in big letters on your hand. Better yet, tattoo the word. Then, whenever you think “Should I molest someone on behalf of YouTube?”, look at your hand.

Here are more YouTube criminals:

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