A Queensland man acquitted of murdering his Tinder date has taken a swipe at an entire city after another woman he met on the app called the police on him.
Gable Tostee was asleep at a Logan home early on New Year’s Day when police arrived to remove him from the premises, multiple media outlets reported.
“Pro tip: don’t swipe right on anyone from Logan,” Tostee, now known as Eric Thomas, said on Facebook after the incident.
It’s reported the woman, who he had met on Tinder, called police after he revealed he was found not guilty over the 2014 death of New Zealand woman Warriena Wright.
In the video below: Gable Tostee’s lawyer speaks after his acquittal in 2016
Tostee was not arrested or charged over the alleged incident.
He told the Courier Mail he did not believe the woman, 28, had indicated she wanted him to leave.
He claimed she said to him words to the effect of, “I’ve done some reading on you and you’ve got me on edge”, as police arrived.
Warriena Wright died after she fell from a Gold Coast balcony.
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It is not the first time a foray into online dating after his acquittal has brought Tostee into the headlines.
He threatened to sue a feminist Facebook group Mad F****** Witches for defamation after they shared screenshots of his Tinder profile online.
The group posted photos as a “PSA”, saying they did it “because women deserve to know who they’re dating”.