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The 29-year-old just wanted to “try something crazy” before the Penny Arcade Expo ended.
It must have been a match made in the afterlife, if not heaven.
The unidentified 29-year-old desperately sought a “clean” woman with a free room and—for bonus points—a costume of her own. Helpfully, he included a photo of himself looking like a cross between Fat Mike of NOFX and the Michael Keaton character whose costume he adopted.
It is not clear if anyone took up this guy’s offer. However, if a lady did, she can take comfort in knowing that he was only the second-creepiest dude dressed as Beetlejuice recently, after Robin Thicke wore an identical suit for his MTV Video Music Awards performance with Miley Cyrus last week.
This year for Halloween I would be Miley and my imaginary boyfriend would be Robin Thicke. Or Beetle Juice. pic.twitter.com/f6SR0G8j12
— Sandy From the Block (@CassandraDucote) August 31, 2013
— Miles J (@meerkatmiles) August 27, 2013
Screenshot via movieclips/YouTube
Based in Montreal, Kris Holt has been writing about technology and web culture since 2010. He writes for Engadget and Tech News World, and his byline has also appeared in Paste, Salon, International Business Times, Mashable, and elsewhere.