Man calls police to complain that prostitute owes him 10 minutes
A city resident charged with hiring a prostitute in Maine was caught because he called police to complain that the woman “shorted him 10 minutes,” said Old Orchard Beach Police Sgt. Gerard Hamilton.
Pipher is named on the Web sites National Blacklist and Bad Boy Client List as someone who has prompted complaints from so-called escorts. The sites serve as databases for escorts to share information about clients.On one Web site, Pipher is described as being “notorious for booking out-calls and then not answering his door or phone.” According to a Portsmouth police report, an officer was dispatched to Pipher's former residence on Sept. 30 when a woman complained that she was booked to perform a private dance, but said the man who ordered the dance refused to answer his door when she arrived.The dancer claimed it was a theft of her services, but police Capt. Mike Schwartz countered it wasn't a theft because she never danced.A week later, police said, they were called by a woman who said she was hired as an “exotic dancer” to go to the same address, became “freaked out” by the man who hired her and fled in such a hurry she left some of her clothing behind.