Woman Dupes Dozens Of Men On Tinder A bunch of guys showed up to a New York City park thinking they had a private date with a woman named Natasha — not realizing she'd used the dating app to draw them there for her own Hunger Games.
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Woman Dupes Dozens Of Men On Tinder

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A bunch of guys showed up to a New York City park thinking they had a private date with a woman named Natasha — not realizing she'd used the dating app to draw them there for her own Hunger Games.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. And if you use Tinder, this could happen to you. A bunch of guys showed up to a park in New York City thinking they had a private date with a woman named Natasha, not realizing that she had used the dating app to draw them all there for her own Hunger Games. She made them do push-ups. She lined them up and told each she was either swiping him left or right till she chose her bachelor. CBS 2 in New York says Natasha wanted to show men what women go through online dating. It's MORNING EDITION.

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