When tranny hookers attack

From the Shaw Neighborhood Yahoo Group via the GLLU Newsletter (gllunewsletter@ gllu.org):

On 5/25/09, at approximately 2:30 a.m., members of the First District responded to a call for an assault in the area of the 600 block of K Street, N.W. According to the victim, he walked in the area confront the prostitutes in his neighborhood. As he was admonishing them, one of the women, who the victim described as a male-to-female Transgender individual, grabbed him between his legs and made sexual advances towards him. The suspect fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival, however her identity is known. The victim was not injured.

I had thought the development round there had removed some of the gals from the area, I guessed wrong. But then again I’m not over there at 2AM. The lesson here is keep a safe distance from the working girls, they fight back.

8 thoughts on “When tranny hookers attack”

  1. Did you mean that a private citizen went out there to confront those people that hour of the morning? What a fool!!
    JayBee

  2. I happened to be walking through that area at an hour like that and saw the tallest tranny I’ve ever seen, even without the heels. I think DC has the tallest trannies in the entire world.

  3. And why were you there walking at that hour? Don’t you know you’re supposed to view the ladies from the safety of a cab. Please keep your selt belt in the locked position and your hands inside the car at all times, enjoy the ride.

  4. I didn't know they were still out there. I once walked past them with a couple of friends about 4 years ago, when one of my friends said oh my god is that a man. It over heard us and responded in a really deep voice "damn right and I swallow". I was lost for words then lol.

  5. The MPD commentary on the issue was not entirely correct. The private citizen (who had a buddy with him) did not go to that area to confront the hookers. He was walking home from some of the clubs and that is one of the streets that leads to his condo. He was assualted by one of the hookers, called 911 and when MPD arrived they treated him as if he was the criminal and not the victim of the assault. Their report of the incident shows their bias and unwillingness to address the problems along those blocks.

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