The guy who chases co-eds has finally been told he can't go foraging among the female riders to fill his hunger. This has clearly not been his summer.
The story of what happened can be found here.
For those readers coming from that story looking for more about the guy who chases co-eds, start here and then try these posts.
UPDATE: As of 1:39 p.m. the post at zombiegoat.livejournal.com has disappeared. All very odd. I had posted this comment on the post:
I was wondering why the guy was looking so sullen when he boarded the bus the other day. I've been riding earlier buses the last two days and I noticed him at the Watt stop, but he didn't board. I wouldn't be surprised to find him on a different bus in the future, especially after Sac State opens again and the bus fills with targets of his attention.And this is the reply I received:
Instead of the link to the top of my blog, here's a link to the first post I wrote about the guy. And here are the others that mention him.
Subject: Re: Guys who chase co-edsI'd like to have the story back. It was a fun read.
If he indeed does that, I'll consider it a minor victory. Sadly, I won't have that run again when the fall semester comes in, but hopefully the word will be out on him. As a rule, we don't tolerate stuff like that, but we have to know about it before we can do something.
Thank you for writing about him; without your assist, I'd never have known how long it was going on for.
UPDATE: Check the comments below for an explanation of the disappearing story. I disagree with the driver's need to "hide" this post from his supervisors at RT. The driver did every woman on the bus a favor by discouraging this guy. That's a service RT ought to be proud of. And if RT isn't happy, I would think that Division 256 of the Amalgamated Transit Union, AFL-CIO, would have enough muscle to protect him. If not, then what are those union dues for?
UPDATE THURSDAY, JULY 26: The story is again available for all to see. Discussion of what happened is available in the comments.