A vigilante group that ensnares would-be child predators in “sting” operations caught another member of the US Navy, this time in San Diego.
The team, known as People vs. Preds (PVP) on YouTube, targeted “Neal,” a member of the United States Navy.
Neal was attempting to meet what he thought was a teenage boy, but ultimately it was PvP.
“Do you want us to turn this in to the Navy, or do you want to have a conversation?” PvP asked Neal.
Neal, who initially denied any wrongdoing, was seemingly in denial about the matter, but eventually began to break down.
“I just want to know why the f*** you came out here to meet up with a 14-year-old boy!” PvP demanded.
Eventually, law enforcement showed up, and PvP was astounded that Neal was allowed to leave after being detained for a short time.
PvP became agitated towards law enforcement, due to the fact that they did not arrest Neal or take down his information.
“You’re lucky they’re on your side, buddy,” he said to Neal.
As Neal got into a rideshare vehicle, PvP informed the driver that Neal was up to no good.
“This man tried to meet up with a 14-year-old boy,” he said.
It is unknown if the Navy took any action, or is even aware of the matter.
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