‘Virgin’ Man Threatens to Kill Women in Mass Shooting Frustrated With Rejections From Girls
Man threatens to shoot women for not having a girlfriend. (Photo Credit: GoodFreePhotos)

A Facebook post containing 'mass shooting' threats towards woman landed a Denver man to jail after he posted that he wants to kill women because he is not able to get a girlfriend. The 27-year-old virgin boy posted a violent, threatening post on his Facebook account to kill ‘as many girls as I see’ because women kept turning him down and he wasn't able to find a girlfriend, according to police. Christopher Cleary was arrested in Provo, Utah after he posted a violent, seemingly terrorising warning on Facebook on Saturday. His post allegedly read- "All I wanted was a girlfriend, not 1000 not a bunch of hoes, not money none of that. All I wanted was to be loved, yet no one cares about me." He went ahead to pour in details by saying, "I'm 27 years old and I've never had a girlfriend before and I’m still a virgin, this is why I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon and being the next mass shooter cause I’m ready to die and all the girls the (sic) turned me down is going to make it right by killing as many girls as I see.’ He also wrote: ‘There is nothing more dangerous than a man ready to die,’ according to arrest records as reported by ABC News. FBI Holds Summits on Preventing Mass School Shootings.

The police were alarmed by the post in no time, and Colorado Police alerted the Utah authorities which caused the arrest of Clearly. The Colorado native offender's phone helped the police track him down at a McDonald's in Provo. Since several women marches were set to be taking place across Utah, FBI agents took the case extremely seriously and also accompanied the police while the arrest over increased concerns.

After the arrest Clearly admitted of having made the threats on Facebook and put forth his statement that said that he was "upset and not thinking clearly when he did so." He also said that he was having "some kind of impulse disorder."