Gang Bang Organiser Gets Caught After he Advertises his Occupation on his Business Cards 6 years ago

Gang Bang Organiser Gets Caught After he Advertises his Occupation on his Business Cards

A Minnesota man and “gang bang” organiser was arrested after a hotel manager discovered his business card that advertised his profession.

Scott Pollock, “Gang Bang Organiser” of “Scotty GB Parties”, was taken into custody earlier this year.

It is reported that a manager found Pollock’s card in a parking lot and proceeded to do his own bit of investigating. The manager discovered that the next group meeting was to take place in the Mall of America, adjacent hotel that very same day.

The manager also came across the details of the actual event with information about the woman involved who was called “Wendy.” There was a suggested donation of $20 for participants.

They then called the police.

According to CityPages, when the authorities arrived just before 4am, the officers walked in on a full-on gang bang.

The official report states that the gang bang was being thrown in honour of a 45 year old woman who wanted to mark the occasion by sleeping with 45 guys.

She was on number 31 when the police arrived.

The gang bang organiser was arrested and charged with solicitation, inducement, and promotion of prostitution.

Part of the Pollock’s defence is the fact that it was a birthday party.

"Wendy was not hired or induced to perform any act," Pollock's lawyer argued in his motion. "She was there of her own free will to create a memory on her 45th birthday." Wendy confirmed that she was a willing participant.

The court denied the motion, and Pollock is to face sentencing this September.

Strangely enough, Scott also had a public Twitter handle where he tweeted a bizarre mix of everyday occurrences and also his gang bang business.

His Twitter account is no longer active.

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