By Anonymous - 22/09/2009 23:36 - Canada
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How is this a FML? So you show the cop your ID, he apologizes for bothering you, and you go on your merry way getting it on with your b/f in a hotel room.
It is an FML. It only takes a couple of minutes to lose a shirt, bra, and completely ruin the mood when cops show up to ask for ID. You should complain to the manager, the staff were being too nosey and presumptuous. Especially if they imagined signs of unease or coercion on your part that were not there. They could have also asked for your ID, age, or some questions at the desk.
so the hotel employees never checked your ID when you checked in?
um ok ya its annoying for OP but that IS a reason to suspect molestation and even if its consensual if 1 person is underage it is STILL illegal. and the hotel was absolutely right to report it. if you were dragged to a hotel by a rapist you would be prayinggg for the hotel staff to call the cops. so stfu
First things first, you sound like an arrogant jerk organisedchaos. Saying that they had no indication of her age is idiotic, because you have no idea what she looks like. This will probably happen to me one day because, despite the fact that I am 20 years old, people ALWAYS mistake me for a 16 year old. So maybe there was some indication as to her age. And yeah, I think someone over 18 being in a hotel room with someone under 18 is pretty shady. The only time I've known that to happen for a legit reason was when some friends went to a concert and stayed overnight in the city. As a hotel employee, I'd probably be a bit suspicious. And since the OP doesn't say how she and her boyfriend were acting, we have no idea, but most girls I know are the kind of girls who would be holding their bf's hand, kissing him, ya know, normal relationship stuff. That's kind of an indication as to what might go on in the hotel room. And saying that statutory rape is a joke? Are you serious? There are some times that I don't necessarily agree with it because it's just parents trying to break up their child from someone they don't like, but either way, it's the law, and it has helped a lot of people. Don't like it? Get over it. I doubt it's going to change any time soon. Sounds to me like you like your underaged girls and don't like the fact that you can't always have them.