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    Go into the station and chat to one of the cops on duty.
    As a pp said, there's a good chance this guy has/will do this to someone else, perhaps they have other reports on him.
    So weird, I can definitely understand why you'd feel creeped out.

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    Nobody likes to be the paranoid drama queen. But this isn't just an uneasy feeling. He FOLLOWED you. You need to report it so you know if anything ever happened to anyone else you did everything you could to prevent it.

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    Oh my gosh! How scary. I would have tried to get him on camera and I would have called the police then and there. If I were you I would call them too.

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    I have the heeby jeebies just reading that - I can't imagine how unsettled you must be feeling. I would definitely recommend that you go to your local Police station and report it, as well as give them a copy of your notes.

    Also, I'd just be vigilant when you go out for the next few weeks. Take note of what's happening around you, and if you see him again definitely call the Police immediately.

    Personally I would advise not walking out at night alone too, just until you're satisfied he is not hanging around. I don't want to be alarmist, but your instincts are pinging for a reason love - take all necessary precautions, I say! You can't be too careful.


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    I would definitely report it. Even if you never see him again, who knows what he might do/has done to someone else. Your report and description might just be the missing piece in the puzzle of another case. Always worth reporting suspicious behaviour like that as you never know what it might lead to.

    How frightening for you, what a creep!!
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    This isn't even about listening to your gut....he was stalking you and it is wrong.

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    I haven't read the responses but I'd suspect they would be the same as mine in suggesting you should report it. If nothing more comes from this super creepy situation then wonderful but at least if you see him around again it's already been documented.

    Hope you've managed to calm down a bit. I have the creeps from just reading that.

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    I'd report it.

    The way I look at it would it make me comfortable if he was doing that to a 10 year old girl? If not then it's not on.

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    Creepy, creepy, creepy.

    Definitely report it.

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    Adding my voice, I would definitely report it. Watch out for yourself when out and about too.


 

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