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In no way do I want any association to that kind of person.” He was backed by Ms Coffey, who said: “Without a specific offence, ‘catfish’ who cause so much distress to individuals and their families will continue to exploit and harm other people.“Catfishing is a modern day menace affecting the lives of many innocent people. We must do something to deter this, and a change in the law is the most effective deterrent.” Ms Coffey has also been contacted by other victims of catfishing, including Anna Rowe, who collected 41,472 signatures for a petition calling for it to be made illegal to create a fake online profile with the intention of using it to lead others into sex.There are also fears that catfishing is being unreported, because many victims feel too embarrassed about being duped to say anything. No wonder Western women see a Third World holiday as the gateway to casual sex - sometimes in exchange for cash.
“If the women questioned or doubted him, once he talked them round and they believed him, he tried to punish them. When I wasn’t there to greet them, he would tell them he was ‘my cousin’ and I couldn’t make it.
To say I was ‘sickened’ is an understatement.” Yet Mr Peacock claimed that when he and the private detective presented police with 30 pages of evidence and the catfish’s videoed “confession”, officers took no action.
He said: “The police told us ‘It’s the equivalent of going into a bar in the 1980s, [and] claiming you’re a millionaire when you actually work on the bins.’ I disagree.
If I’ve told someone I’m a millionaire and I’m not, I haven’t stolen someone else’s identity to do so.
“My catfisher didn’t just take my face, he gave me the persona of a person [who] is manipulative, deceitful and in my opinion mentally abuses women for his own sexual gratification.