A 27-year-old man posing as a Harvard undergraduate student stayed in the dorms, ate in the school cafeteria and chatted with many Harvard students via Facebook before being found out by campus police. He was cited for trespassing and using a false identification card.
“I just played off like I was a student. It got addicting,” the man told the Harvard Crimson. “It got fun.”
Due to an anonymous tip, Harvard Police picked up on his semester-long fraud. He was escorted out of the dorm and warned against trespassing again. Still, he claims he had no malicious intentions.
“My mistake was being lonely,” he said.
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