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Wisconsin Man Banned From the Internet For Harrassing Neighbor

If you think that you cannot get banned from the internet, think again. A Wisconsin man was banned from the internet after he posted an advertisement on Craigslist, which led to naked men showing up at his neighbor's house. This terrible prank led to him being banned from the internet.
Wisconsin Man Banned From the Internet For Harrassing Neighbor
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Wisconsin Man Banned From the Internet For Harrassing Neighbor


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Wisconsin Man Banned From the Internet For Harrassing Neighbor

If you think that you cannot get banned from the internet, think again. A Wisconsin man was banned from the internet after he posted an advertisement on Craigslist, which led to naked men showing up at his neighbor's house. This terrible prank led to him being banned from the internet.

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Jason Willis, think it was funny when he posted a "Gentlemen Callers" advertisement on the website www.craigslist.org with his neighbor’s name and home address. The advertisement led to a few naked men showing up at his neighbor's home, one wearing nothing but a trench coat.

Jason Willis was arrested after his neighbor found out it was him after one of the naked men told her that there was an advertisement on Craigslist.

The Judge, who didn’t think it was funny, gave Jason a plea deal. He will serve 30 months probation, but he will have to stay off the internet . The Judge said that Jason used the internet as a weapon and think taking away the internet from him is like disarming him.

The Judge gave him a few weeks to turn off or disconnect his internet service. If he fails to do so, he may serve a year and a half in prison.

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