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POMONA, CA - NOVEMBER 12: Police officers book a man after he was arrested by a female police officer posing as a prostitute on Holt Boulevard, known to sex workers throughout southern California as "the track", during a major prostitution sting operation November 12, 2004 in Pomona, California. Approximately 60 to 80 men are arrested each night during the sting operations. Cars driven by the arrested men are seized and become city property until a $1000 fine is paid. Each vehicle is then labeled with a large window sticker stating that the car was ?seized for solicitation of prostitution? and the photos of the men appear in a full-page ad in the local newspaper. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

A guy in Illinois sent a prostitute $40 over PayPal earlier this week . . . then she never showed up.  So he went to the police, because he thought he wouldn’t get in trouble since they didn’t get-it-on.  He was wrong . . . they arrested him for solicitation, and there’s no word if they’ve tracked down the prostitute.

Man charged after reporting 'woman' didn't make good on sex offer

DeKALB - A man who reported to police a "woman" he paid to have sex with him never showed up has been charged with solicitation of a sexual act. Peter N. Coleman, 52, of the 600 block of North Annie Glidden Road, could face up to a year in jail if he's convicted.