VANCOUVER — A B.C. border guard e-mailed himself the passport details of attractive women who came through his inspection line so he could hit on them later on Facebook, according to an internal government investigation obtained by the Vancouver Sun.
The woman told CBSA investigators she came into Canada on Oct. 18, 2009 at around 5 p.m. Four hours later, around 9 p.m., she received a friend request on Facebook.
“I don’t mean to creep you out,” he replied, according to the investigation report.
“I met you and thought you were stunning and if you are the person I think you are we kinda shared a chemistry. I thought it might be worth a shot to see if I could find you, but I can’t just come out and tell you where or when because if you object to me befriending you I could get into trouble. If it helps the (woman) I met had short blond hair and a gorgeous tall figure with high heels and pants on.”
According to the report, the woman was very upset by the incident.