*Ain’t no fool like an old fool, yes?
Age ain’t nothing but a number is apparently what old dude was hoping for, when he met up with the 17-year-old girl he had met on a sugar-daddy website online.
But when the “date” of this 85-year-old man decided to bring her twin sister along, he should have guessed his original strategy might need to be revised.
He tried to put on the moves, even using his cute little pooch named “Muffins” to help out, according to one attorney. But the sisters had different plans.
They hog-tied him before they robbed him blind, that is.
So-called “sugar-daddy” Paul Aronson found himself tied to a coffee table for 20 hours and cleaned out of his credit cards and $500 in cash, according to authorities.
Twins Shaina and Shalaine Foster, 17, who are being held without bail, must appear in court on Monday and face charges on kidnapping, robbery, assault, burglary and grand-larceny charges.
A widower and retired Garment District executive, Aronson first connected with Shaina through the Web site Seeking Arrangement, which connects“sugar daddies” with “sugar babies,” according to law- enforcement sources.
The two met at least once and apparently planned a second encounter for Oct 1., according to Brian Kennedy, Shalaine’s lawyer.
Shaina decided to bring her sister this time.
After eating dinner in Midtown they went to Aronson’s luxury East 38th Street pad, the lawyer said.
“They were lured by the attraction of a beautiful five-story town house,” Kennedy said.
But as you can imagine without too much strain, cookies and milk wasn’t on Aronson’s menu for the girls. Instead he bought them a bottle of Bacardi Razz on the way home, the lawyer said.
“He gave them a tour of this house, and he has a little dog, and he was playing with the dog and asking them to play with the dog,” Kennedy said.
“Then he was asking perverted questions, like, what was their sexual experience and what their favorite sexual position was,” he added.
“They wanted to leave, he didn’t want them to leave — he grabbed one of them.”
Aronson was found by a friend the next day. He was zip-tied on the floor – with his hands behind his back and his leg tied to a coffee table, police said.
Future plans apparently shifted for Shalaine Foster since 2010, when she was sponsored by singer Mary J. Blige.
Read more about it at the New York Post.