The suspect (right) had posted photographs of the hunks at his portfolio at the dating websites.
The hunk is the “face” of a conman and rapist (right) who pretended to be the hunk’s cancer-stricken father to get the girls to have sex with him and part with their cash.
The 55-year-old conman-cum-Casanova impersonated two characters – a good-looking son and his father – to cheat the women of sex and money. More than 20 women in Taiwan, aged between 28 and 50, had sex with him and have been swindled of at least TW$200mil (RM21mil).
Taiwan’s The Liberty Times reported that the suspect had posted his portfolios at dating websites using photos of handsome hunks he copied from the Internet and used various nicknames like An Hua, An Ger, Xiexie, Mo Fan, Huai Yi, Maomao and White.
Using the hunk as his “face”, the suspect would sweet talk and lure the women into believing that he was their “ideal husband” who had a rich father.
When the women were hooked, he would tell them that his father was diagnosed with prostate cancer and had only six months to live.
He would then persuade the women to take care of his father while he went overseas – either to take care of his mother who was undergoing cancer treatment or to work.
He convinced the women to massage the testicles of his father which would prolong his life. He also told them that he would marry them if they “made his father contented”.
When the women agreed, the man would wait for them at his hotel suite. This time, he would impersonate as the hunk’s father.
He had sex with the women and sometimes even inserted fruits or ice cubes into their private parts.
He also took nude photographs of the women and used the photos to threaten them when they refused to meet him again.
When the suspect was arrested, police found some 500 photographs in his cellphone.
When he encountered rich women, the suspect would tell them he had made a fortune in the share market nad persuaded the women to him allow him to invest their money.
He also asked them to buy him presents. Among the gifts he received were a TW$6mil (RM628,630) Porsche sports car and a TW$7.8mil (RM817,220) diamond watch.
Police said the man was wanted for several criminal cases including cheating and falsifying documents.
Taiwan police began their investigations into the Casanova-conman following a rape report lodged against him in August.
They found that the suspect would invite six to eight women to his presidential suite at a five-star hotel a night during the weekends.
He was arrested by police upon checking out of a five-star hotel last Saturday.
The suspect covering his face when he was arrested by the police.
The woman who was with the man at that time broke down and cried when she found out that she had been conned.
She told police that she had given over TW$100,000 (RM10,480) to the suspect over the past week and had sex with him.