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Bittersweet ending in the serial smoocher case

Remember the serial smoocher? Well the story has kind of a bittersweet ending.

First the background.

A man approached a woman jogging on Whitewater Drive in Sterling on Nov. 20 and held out his hand, as if to shake hers, Loudoun County authorities said.The man then leaned in and kissed the startled jogger on the cheek.

Then, on Monday, a woman jogging in the same area was approached by a man who held out his hand to her.This time, the man kissed the jogger's hand.

Turns out at least two more joggers had been kissed.

But on Tuesday morning, a Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputy on directed patrol found the guy on Whitewater Drive.

He's a 71-year-old man who meant no harm and is suffering from some sort of an ailment.

None of the joggers is pursuing charges.

A good outcome? What do you think?

-- The editors

By Washington Post editors  |  November 25, 2009; 12:07 PM ET
Categories:  Crime, Seen , Loudoun , Personal Safety , Updates  
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