And these punks think women are stupid!
It may not be wise to run a scam against a group of people who believe removing one’s head from their body is an acceptable means of expressing dissatisfaction. But that’s precisely what three Chechen girls are accused of doing — swindling the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria out of several thousand dollars, according to RT News.
Then again, considering the “victim,” some may say all the better.
Looking to make a dishonest buck, the girls allegedly took advantage of ISIS recruiters using social media to lure women to come play house with barbaric, 7th century jihadists.
The head hunters — pardon the pun — were said to have been enticed by the girls, who then turned the tables on the Islamic militants, leading them to believe they were eager to come join them in Syria. The potential jihadist baby mommas even sent photographs.
But after being wired $3,300 to be used to travel to the Middle East, the three girls closed out their online accounts and broke off contact.
Chechen police have “detained” the three girls, who are now under investigation, according to RT News.
“I don’t recall any precedent like this one in Chechnya, probably because nobody digs deep enough in that direction,” Officer Valery Zolotaryov told a Russian newspaper. “Anyhow, I don’t advise anyone to communicate with dangerous criminals, especially for grabbing quick money.”
While the three girls had no intentions of going to Syria, one had previously considered the possibility, but reality gave her good reason to reconsider.
“Many people I know did go, but I know no one for whom it turned out well,” she said.
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