Ah… Sorry, that’s the wrong hooker

Perhaps he — ahem — didn’t need anywhere near an hour to finish their transaction. If you know what I mean.

A New York college student who claims a Las Vegas hooker did not spend enough time making him happy has sued her escort service for $1.8 million. Unhappy customer Hubert Blackman said he was traumatized by the “tragic event,” especially when he called cops and they threatened to bust him, the Las Vegas Sun reported Thursday.
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Blackman was staying at the Stratosphere on Dec. 17 when he called Las Vegas Exclusive Personals to hire a stripper. Blackman said the woman performed a lap dance for $155 and a sex act for another $120. Instead of staying for the agreed-upon one hour, she left after just 30 minutes.

The hapless tourist called to demand some of his money back. Then he called cops, who told him he could face arrest because prostitution is illegal in Sin City.

This will look real good on his background check when he goes looking for a job, unless he’s planning on being a lawyer. Or a politician.




  1. Yankinwaoz says:

    what an idiot. prostitution is illegal in Clark County (where LV is).

  2. msbpodcast says:

    He must be from the New York Law School.

    The kids there are over privileged little fucks who pick law as something not too difficult to attend before going into daddy’s law firm.

    They get into the school under daddy’s tutelage and ride through on daddy’ dime (more like hundred grand. [If you’ve got a hundred grand, you can get a law degree. {Sort of these doctors of divinity degrees out of the south.}])

    The only thing worse is the lazy fucks who figure neurology is an easy thing to get a degree in ’cause nobody really understands anything so you’re never going to be called out on it, nobody ever recovers and there’s no such thing as a neurological emergency.

    Those bastards are the worst because they bury their mistakes.

  3. Animby - just phoning it in says:

    Even so … $1,800,000 seems a bit high to me.

    Has he posted the details on his Facebook page, yet? Did he Twitter all his friends? I see a future resume full of fast food jobs…

  4. roastedpeanuts says:

    My question is… how did he arrive at the $1.8 million figure…?

  5. bobbo, I dropped my Magic 8 Ball, now things are dark says:

    I agree. Seems like the right fee is half the charge or maybe only 3/4th as the main service contracted for had been completed and “spooning” or “cleaning the splooge” (whichever way the guy wanted it to go) was of secondary concern?

    So behind this remains the question of “Why did he sue?” Some kind of activist consumer oriented interest, or advocacy of some protected group, would be the most obvious which don’t appear present here.

    Good to see LV is still keeping tight control over all the “Escort – No need to Leave your Room” services. Ha, ha.

    Remember–I’m just well read is all.

  6. bobbo, I dropped my Magic 8 Ball, now things are dark says:

    In similar news, that chick that fell into the mall’s reflecting pond because she was busy texting while walking is upset because no one came to her aid and the security goons laughed at her. Contemplating a lawsuit. ((No link, tv news)).

    Nah, the NY Lawyer Stud has her beat.

  7. Buzz Mega says:

    How bad does the sex have to be for the woman to OWE you $1.8 million? You wouldn’t get that much out of her if she had ripped your arm off and beat you about the head and shoulders with it.

  8. Mr. Fusion says:

    He might be able to recover some of his fees but he doesn’t stand a chance on the emotional damages.

    Usually when someone sues for big bucks it is to intimidate the other side.

  9. MRN says:

    Err, isn’t this a “small” and petty thing to do?

    Perhaps when he was complimented on being “like superman” he took it the wrong way? (Faster than a speeding bullet! hyuk hyuk)

  10. Animby - just phoning it in says:

    # 2 msbpodcast said, “there’s no such thing as a neurological emergency.”

    What? You ever heard of a grand mal seizure? How about a stroke? I do wish you’d stop talking about medicine.

    #5 Bobbo – “the main service contracted for had been completed ”

    On the other hand, he’s not an old fart like me. Maybe he was planning on doing it twice. I still plan on doing it twice. Often even get planning permission. Just can’t seem to raise the support I need. Hmmm. Only a kid would think a lapdance and TWO contract “fulfillments”could be managed in one hour.

    Ahh, but as the old saying goes: I may not be as good as I once was, but I’m as good once as I ever was…

  11. spsffan says:

    Uh, she left because he was done. Stupid fuck!

  12. rottinapple says:

    #11
    Absolutely!
    The dipshiat should have practiced so he could last longer, it’s not the hooker’s fault.

  13. So what says:

    Bad sex is like bad pizza, even when its bad its still pizza (sex).

  14. Animby - just phoning it in says:

    # 13 msbpodcast said, “which medical practitioners and physicians I really respect, its micro-surgeons”

    Poop. They’re hardly even doctors. They’re just mechanics and engineers who are skilled at reattaching your brake lines.

    I’m guessing your disability has something to do with a neurologist not being able to help you.

  15. dexton7 says:

    Somehow I just can’t feel that sorry for him.


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