Feminists Win as Australian Man Pleads Guilty in Facebook Harassment Case

It started last August when a 23-year-old Sydney woman, Olivia Melville, signed up for the dating app Tinder and decided to use as her profile bio a line from a song by Drake: “Type of girl that will suck you dry and then eat some lunch with you.” This caught the attention of Chris Hall, a 25-year-old bartender who took a screenshot of Melville’s profile and posted it to his Facebook page with the remark: “Stay classy ladies. I’m surprised she’d still be hungry for lunch.”

Then the trouble started.