SACRAMENTO, Calif. — When Yasir Mehmood set out to screw himself last week, he had no idea federal agents would be involved. The 40-year-old California resident was found with two Fleshlight mounts when he was arrested on charges of mail fraud and identity theft on April 3.
Mehmood, who allegedly forwarded mail from his victims to his home and P.O. Box in Sacramento for the purpose of using their financial information to "obtain cash, goods and services," is charged with 29 counts of mail fraud, bank fraud and identity theft, according to a U.S. District Court filing.
Among the goods Mehmood illegally purchased were the Fleshlight mounts On a Mission and Two-Play, both designed by Liberator to give Fleshlight users a hands-free experience. Utilizing one of his victim's checking accounts, Mehmood paid a total of $341.84 for the masturbatory aids on Feb. 19.
Mehmood was observed picking up the Fleshlight mounts from his P.O. Box on March 2. The items were found in Mehmood's possession the following day when agents raided his home with a federal search warrant.
A copy of the Postal Inspector's report can be seen at TheSmokingGun.com.