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At this point, it’s nearly impossible to have anything to do with Hollywood without inviting Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and this year’s Oscars proved no exception.
The sexiest man alive and highest-paid movie star in the world took some time out of filming his Paige wrestling biopic to stop by the 2017 Academy Awards as a presenter.
It seems like pretty much everyone likes Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson these days.
He churns out movies like crazy, stars in the HBO series “Ballers,” and of course has been one of the big stars in the Fast & Furious franchise.
The man doesn’t just pose with cars on the screen, he’s also a bit of an enthusiast in real life.
The only problem is at 6’5” and 260 pounds, he doesn’t exactly fit in many vehicles.
One day, scrolling through an online forum, she met Wayne Mays (not his real name) from the UK.
Mays is a romance scam-baiter, which means he hangs out on dating sites, posing as a naive love-seeker, with the goal of unmasking — and exhausting — confidence men and women.“You pretend to be a victim and string them along, try to get them to waste as much of their time, money, and resources as you can,” he says.
One that the actor used to make a dramatic entrance for the premier of “Ballers” was a Pagani Huayra.Mays would post any identifying details that scammers used online — from the email addresses they created to the back stories they recycled — to make them searchable. But for Mays, who co-hosts a scam-baiting podcast, “it’s also like improve comedy.”Most people aren’t turning to him for comic relief, though.Five years ago, he and a small team of international volunteers, including Firefly, created Scam Survivors, a hotline and information resource center for victims of online scams — mostly, as it turns out, romance scams.As for Firefly, she now refuses to date anyone she doesn’t meet the old-fashioned way, face to face.But on the internet, she’s still looking for love in all the wrong places — this time, with a mission.
According to Mayes, they’ve handled more than 14,000 such cases in the past three years.“We will advise them, first of all: Don't panic.