Police arrest suspect for harassing minors on Facebook

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April 4, 2013 09:24

 
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Police arrested a man on suspicion of harassing underage children on Facebook. The Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court will hear his case on Thursday after the police requested to extend his detention.

The Fraud Division of the Tel Aviv police arrested the 33-year-old man on suspicion of posing as an eight-year-old boy to speak with minors.

According to Israel Radio, the suspect used the pseudonym "Lulu", speaking with minors in conversations of a sexual nature and exposing himself in front of the camera.

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