Date: September 2006 

Jason Fortuny decided to perform a social experiment on Craigslist, where he disguised himself as a woman seeking sex from random men. The bogus personal ad caught the attention of over 150 horny males who provided not only explicit photos of themselves, but full names, phone numbers, and email addresses. Fortuny played every single one by publishing their info online for the world to see. The joke was on him though, as one anonymous victim sued the sex troll, leading to $35,001 in damages “for violating the plaintiff’s copyright.