A number of disturbing fliers looking for a private “cheerleader” have turned up outdoors a Westchester highschool, leaving college students and their mother and father fearing that a pedophile is behind them, in line with a report.
The fliers, posted on mild poles close to Roosevelt Excessive Faculty in Yonkers final week, say “Cheerleader Needed,” CBS New York reported.
The individual behind them, solely recognized as Wilbert on the indicators, wrote, “I’ll pay you to cheer me on … whereas I train in my home doing push ups, sit ups and pull ups,” in accordance with the report.
“Pay is $25 every hour,” the signal continued. “You receives a commission in money instantly after your job is completed.”
Lyrell Walker, a senior on the faculty, informed the station, “I feel they’re a pedophile.
“They’re in search of youngsters to do one thing that they need to by no means do.”
She stated her buddies are sensible to the fliers, too.
“They despatched it to one another on social media, you see it on Snapchat on a regular basis speaking about who would do one thing like this? This man’s loopy,” she stated.
Yonkers mother Grace Tommins agreed.
“I feel it’s creepy, and I feel there’s extra behind the push-ups and no matter else they’re speaking about,” she advised CBS.
A CBS reporter referred to as and texted the quantity on the fliers however had not heard again, based on the report.
In June, comparable advertisements appeared close to the varsity, the station reported on the time.
“I’m a licensed train health teacher,” these advertisements stated. “I’ll pay you to videotape me with my cellular phone whereas I train in my house doing push-ups.”
When CBS despatched a textual content to the listed quantity on these advertisements — the identical because the one on the fliers posted this fall — somebody responded, “Whats up, my identify is Charles. What’s your identify, age and precisely the place did you see the flier?”
When the reporter answered, “Yonkers, outdoors Roosevelt, Brian, and over 18,” he acquired no response.
Roosevelt Principal Edward DeChent informed the station that the district made a “Join Ed” name to all mother and father concerning the fliers — and warned the scholars over the constructing PA system not to answer the fliers.
Yonkers police informed the station that they’re investigating. Although the wording on the fliers themselves will not be unlawful, police advised CBS it’s towards the regulation to submit fliers on metropolis property with no allow.