Man Banned From The Internet For Using Craigslist To Send Naked Dudes To His Neighbor's House

February 14, 2014


Seen here looking exactly like the kind of guy I imagine would get banned from the internet for sending naked Craigslist suitors to a neighbor's house, 31-year old Jason Willis of Wisconsin (no surprise there) poses for his mugshot. Unfortunately, Jason got off with just 30 months probation (including the internet ban), so he won't be finding his own naked suitors in the slammer.

In November 2012, Jason Willis, 31, placed a fake personal Craigslist ad for his neighbor in Waterford, Wisconsin. Not long later, his neighbor said several men, one of whom was dressed only in a trench coat, arrived at her door.

"If you want to drive drunk, you're not allowed to drive," Judge Allen Torhorst said. "To me, a public availability of the internet--to use it the way he did--is unconscionable."

Willis has 30 days to disconnect his internet service. His neighbor, for one, is thankful for the ban.

"His idea of a joke is much different than other people's," she said.

Could you imagine having a neighbor like Jason? That would suck. I think...I think I would have no choice but to kill him. "Sounds a little extreme, don't you think?" That'll be for the jury to decide.

Thanks to A, who agrees if you're going to send anything to a neighbor's house from Craigslist, it better be a f***ing gift basket (like, with fruits and cheese, not sex toys).

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    True love is hard to find, sometimes you think you have true love and then you catch the early flight home from San Diego and a couple of nude people jump out of your bathroom blindfolded like a goddamn magic show ready to double team your girlfriend...

  • fdafda

    never before have i heard of an actual internet ban lol site bans sure but access?

    also the legality of this seems odd, its like ordering you to disconnect from electricity or cable. I didn't think they could do that.

  • Andrew Newton

    "If you want to drive drunk, you're not allowed to drive," No, your liscence is suspended but rarely, especially in the first offense, is your lisence revoked for life.

    P.S. My guess is there will be at least one neighbor without a password protected WIFI connection. Also, couldn't he just get internet in a different name, or work out something with a neighbor for wifi access? Based purely off the few sentences hand picked for this article, this judge seems dumb.

  • Jim

    what about sexual predators? arnt they banned from the internet when found guilty of trying to solicit sex from minors using the internet?

  • fdafda

    you'd think so but it appears not. the closest I remember hearing of was some senator or something proposed to ban pedophiles from social networking and xboxlive (and I remember some successful first amendments thing to return some guy's librarycard and let overall you to view porn on public library computers in nyc because he got caught jerking)

    edit- got it and based on that article at least it was questionable for even that much

    edit- no, no they are not.

  • Dave


  • Jim

    *sigh* this is my first "i know that guy" from an article ive seen on the internet....

  • DZ


  • Jim

    Class of 05'!!! yay baby!

  • Andrew Newton


  • Jim

    Not much to detail. Ive lived in waterford for 26 years. Seen him around and worked with his brother. Just a name I know and a face I recognize.

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