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Anonymous sends used condoms to dozens of Australian women |  outside

Anonymous sends used condoms to dozens of Australian women | outside

At least 65 women in Melbourne, Australia, have received used condoms in the mail. Police believe the victims, who attended the same Catholic school for girls as, according to Australian media, are the target of a targeted attack.

The first incident was reported to the police on March 20, and the last was on Monday. The number of reports has now grown to a hundred. At least 65 women are victims of an unknown person.

Victoria State Police stated that most of the victims received parcels that also included many handwritten messages. The mail reached home addresses in southeast and east Melbourne.

sleepless nights

The local newspaper Herald Sun said several women from Kilbridah College, where the victims went to school in the late 1990s. Former student Bree Walker was the first to receive a letter containing sexting and a used condom. She described the package as “annoying” and said she had trouble sleeping after receiving the mail. “We just want him to stop,” Walker says. “These are not jokes anymore.”

It is not known who sent the mail. The police opened an investigation and believe that there is a connection between the two women. Australian police suspect an old yearbook of residential addresses may have been used. “Whether it’s a student or a former employee, we’re not sure. It could also be a brother or partner,” explains client Grant Lewis. Australian media. “It could be that someone found the book in the trash and thought it was a game.”

Melbourne Police are investigating the person behind the letters in collaboration with Australian Postal operators.

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