’He Wasn’t Kidding That ‘Running’ Is One Of His Interests’ — Woman Does Some Unfortunate Googling Of Her Tinder Match

Tinder is a well-known ‘dating’ app used by millions.

Through the app, some people occasionally find their life partners, some find a hook-up or two, and some find a stalker on the “Most Wanted” criminal police list.

Well, the third scenario isn’t exactly common, but TikToker Adrielle Sigler (@adriellecherrie) just so happened to match with a wanted criminal named Mitch.

Luckily, she was quick to realize who he was before they met up for dinner and a roofied drink.

Sigler shared a few videos on TikTok explaining the situation, saying “oh you know, just swiping on Tinder- find a cute guy…but then I realize like,” she then slides down to his profile bio, reading off his attributes and continuing, “he’s loving, caring, handsome, wants to meet the right girl…He’s a Leo,” then Sigler panned the camera to another screen showing Mitch’s mugshot on a most wanted list, “-and he’s also wanted for stalking.” She then laughs and the video ends.

The TikTok of the ‘Most Wanted’ stalker’s Tinder bio went viral with over 1.2 million likes.


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♬ original sound – Adrielle Sigler

In a follow-up video, Sigler explained that she had recognized Mitch from his picture posted on her local police department’s Facebook page. In the video, she said, “Every week they share the most wanted list.” After explaining that this was how she had recognized the man, she alleged, “I’ve seen multiple wanted men on Tinder.”


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♬ original sound – Adrielle Sigler

Local news reports claim that, in July of this year, Mitchell Costanzo “was charged with second-degree criminal contempt and fourth-degree criminal mischief” after he was caught on video breaking the window of a home.

“An investigation found that Costanzo violated an order of protection to stay away from a woman inside the residence,” the report from Post Journal writes.

Only a few short weeks later, he was again charged with “two counts of first-degree criminal contempt, endangering the welfare of a child, and reckless driving after he “allegedly violated an order of protection issued through Family Court and drove a vehicle in a reckless state which endangered a child,” another article from Post Journal says.

Back on TikTok, viewers in the comment section joked about the irony of his Tinder profile.

“He wasn’t kidding that ‘running’ is one of his interests,” one user said.

“They don’t understand we go full FBI before anything happens lol,” another added.

“The real question is what judge keeps releasing someone who’s been arrested 12 times in the past 6 months?!” One viewer pointed out.

“He’s Definitely a Leo,” another user stated.

One commenter had mixed emotions about the ‘Most Wanted list and mugshots being posted to social media stating, “Some of the people who are wanted have their mugshot permanently stamped to the Facebook profile, forever,” she explains. “That means, say they are charged of a crime, they go to prison, they’re released from prison, they’re reentering society, but these pictures will ruin their reputation for life.”

What are your thoughts on the situation? Have you ever happened across and identified a known criminal through social media or a dating app before? Let us know!