Chris Hansen Walks In To Bust A Sexual Predator And It Ends Up Being His Commuting Buddy

That moment when you’re going to meet up with a 13-year-old boy to have sex and out walks your commuting buddy to put you in handcuffs.

In a new episode of Crime Watch Daily set to air on today, Chris Hansen confronts a man who he was friendly with while commuting on the train from his hometown.

‘I honestly did not realize it until I walked out. And then I suddenly recognized him because we used to commute into the city every day together from Connecticut,’ said Hansen. 

I could not believe it.’

The man abruptly left when he saw Chris walk through the door, but likely got tackled by a secret service dude dressed as a fucking pine tree for absolutely no reason aside from entertainment value. The man’s car contained condoms and gay porn.

When brought it for questioning, the scumbag claimed that Chris Hansen was a ‘friend of mine’ and that was more of an embarrassment than anything. But how can you logically spin showing up at a 13-year-old’s place equipped with a box of condoms and gay porn? Well this dude got creative.

He claimed he thought the person he was talking to was 18 instead of 13 because he scratched his eye and could not decipher the age correctly.

‘I could show you that I was at my ophthalmologist yesterday… an eye doctor,’ the man said. He said that is why he was he was wearing those glasses and ‘why I didn’t see that correctly’.

‘I thought it said 18.’

‘I would never, ever in my entire life meet a 13-year-old… it’s disgusting,’ the man said. ‘Consenting adults is a different story.’ 

Check out the video below.

It takes a special kind of idiot to follow through with sexually pursuing a minor when you look Chris Hansen in the face every day. Lock this guy away and throw away the key.

[h/t Daily Mail]

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