A man is wanted for savagely beating and dragging a woman he met through a dating application in Georgia.
According to a recent report, the man turned his date with a woman into a nightmare ordeal. He reportedly told her that the outing was just too costly. And for that reason, he began to attack her in the most brutal manner imaginable.
Benjamin Fancher decided to meet his online date on Wednesday, right after matching up with her on the star dating application, Hinge. While the date with Brittany Correri appeared to go on smoothly, that certainly wasn’t the case towards the end.
Correri referred to Benjamin with high regard, explaining how he even met her family and some friends. However, the dinner date took a turn for the absolute worse.
As soon as the couple left their dining spot in Buckhead, they entered into the car and prepared for the ride back home. Out of the blue, Benjamin began beating Brittany in the most savage manner imaginable.
Brittany recalls the night’s terrifying events with the following words:
‘He began beating me, directly towards my head.
’ Similarly, she expressed how he punched her all around her body.This includes her arms, chest, back, throat, cheek, and jaws too. While the heartless man refused to give any explanation, he did utter how the date cost him too much. Meanwhile, he kept on yelling how Brittany wasn’t worth the amount that the date cost.
There was even a point where the situation reached the most alarming of all events. And that’s when Benjamin put out a gun and pointed it towards Brittany. Fearful as ever, Brittany felt she would be killed.
“I just believe that he was dead set on killing me,” she exclaimed. At that particular point in time, he even stopped his BMW on the road and dragged Brittany out by the hair. In the middle of the road, he continued to beat her savagely. Out of the blue, a security guard appears from nearby, taking pictures of the incident.
That scared Benjamin, as proclaimed by Brittany, causing him to drive away swiftly in his BMW. Today, Benjamin is wanted by police officers for a number of charges. This includes aggravated assault, false imprisonment, as well as kidnapping.