Finding money to use for one's education is a job within itself. For today's cash-strapped college student, it seems that if there is a way to make dough, then sign 'em up! But according to an advisory released last Wednesday, a man posing as a "sexology" study facilitator was frauding hundreds of University of Washington students to participate in his research. 

700 fliers were found in the university's undergraduate library, as broke students were tempted to accept the $400 to $650 cash offer for their participation in the "study." What was the origin of the study? The human anatomy, of course! Below is the call-to-action:

"We are looking for people who will like to participate in a scientific study of SEXOLOGY: interests, behavior, and function," the flier read in part.

"We are studying sexology, the response to: How much of people's attraction comes from their imagined ideal? How much do touch, visual or hearing someone voice attributes to getting a person attention? 3) What are individual preference for beauty? 4) What role do money play and getting someone attention?"

If this doesn't sound like a red flag to you, according to campus police, the man identified as either Quinton Brown or Quinton Johnson would meet interested parties in empty classrooms. He is also alleged to have shown victims of the fraud risque photos and videos, and on two separate occasions asked the "to go with him to a motel room to 'role play.'" We guess someone would play the teacher and the other would be the one getting suckered out of the virginity.

There has been no word as to whether the man suspected behind the crime has been brought up on any charges, yet.

[via Seattle PI]