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Paul Donovan Johnson, child predator and schmuck, claims four year old seduced him

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Here at Schmuck of the Week HQ, we've reported about a lot of schmucky behavior over the years. But seldom have we encountered schmuckiness on the scale linked to Paul Donovan Johnson, a child predator with a Colorado conviction, while allegedly harassing a Japanese tourist and her pre-school-age daughter in San Francisco this week.

The story comes to us from the San Francisco Examiner (owned by Denver gazillionaire Phil Anschutz), which reports that on Wednesday, the woman and her daughter left their hotel in the city's Tenderloin district at about 3 p.m. when Johnson began taunting them -- for five blocks. He's said to have yelled at them angrily and chased after them when they attempted to run away.

In an attempt to ditch this creepazoid once and for all, the woman and child ducked into a market, whose owner and his seventeen-year-old son let them hide in a back room. Johnson, who was convicted in Colorado of lewd acts with a child under the age of fifteen and is currently on parole in Cali over a resisting-arrest beef, followed them inside, but gave up his pursuit after the owner confronted him and made it clear the cops were on the way.

Outside the market, however, he reportedly unzipped his fly, shook his Little Johnson at the men and declared, "Oh, you can have the girl" before adding, "She's the one who's seducing me by squatting in her inappropriate clothes."

The child's outfit? A dress that reached her ankles.

At that point, Johnson split. But the shopkeeper's son followed him and flagged down some cops, who took him into custody.

Good news, but not as good as it might be. According to the Examiner, Johnson has only been charged with a single misdemeanor count of indecent exposure -- a crime that can net him a maximum of just six months in jail despite his sex offense in Colorado. That's because California law only allows him to be charged with a felony if he'd previously been busted for indecent exposure in the state, and this week was apparently the first time he's been charged with whipping it out there.

Now that's inappropriate. Here's a larger look at one of Johnson's many mug shots.

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Paul Donovan Johnson.
More from our Schmuck of the Week archive: "Glenn DeCarlo, alleged schmuck, tries to shoot housemate, instead hits son -- twice."


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24 comments
wootang7469
wootang7469

Damn he looks just like Mike Damone from Fast Times at Ridgemont High!

Raisinclit
Raisinclit

Dayum! I would be down on my knees if I was at that market when he pulled his boy out his pants! I'll be his liitle girl child anyday!

tracyj1978
tracyj1978

Your story ''Schmuck of the week'' Paul Donavan Johnson; That DISCUSSTING Waste of space REALLY Needs to be put away before ''IT'' gets to another level! & as far as the law goes.... ARE YOU KIDDING??? ''Its'' past actions & current tendencies & CRIME against these people should be enough to charge ''it'' with more then just indecent exposure No matter Where ''IT'' is !!!

jtcolfax
jtcolfax

I knew this guy in the Boulder County jail.  I intigated another inmate into stealing his clothes while he was in the shower, and he had to walk thru the pod naked and in a rage.  Good times.  Why have I aged so much and he hasn't.

Pam Stiffler
Pam Stiffler

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE...introduce him by his crime(s) then put his sorry ass into general population for the entire time he is to be locked up (forever we all hope), and let folks show him what it's like to have been the 4 year old. Schmuck is a compliment to this bag of horse shit.

Stephen At Half Aspen
Stephen At Half Aspen

I read recently that Smith & Wesson came out with a cure for pedophilia. It's pretty inexpensive and only requires one dose.

Es Kot
Es Kot

FREE HAT, FREE HAT! Give that man a baby(South Park)

RobertChase
RobertChase topcommenter

... California has priorities (such as incarcerating non-violent people who use illicit drugs) which preclude the punishment of crimes that do injure others; Colorado has priorities (such as incarcerating non-violent people who use illicit drugs) which preclude the punishment of crimes that do injure others; Connecticut has priorities (such as incarcerating non-violent people who use illicit drugs) which preclude the punishment of crimes that do injure others ...

bugsycook
bugsycook

1st mistake was staying at a hotel in the Tenderloin district. That is the slumiest and worst part of  SF ever.

Crackheads, hookers, heroin addicts, section 8, etc...

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

 " the woman and her daughter left their hotel in the city's Tenderloin district  ..."

WTF ??

Juan_Leg
Juan_Leg

'Stewie' does it all the time .......

BackOffImStarving
BackOffImStarving topcommenter

@DonkeyHotay I believe that's adjacent to the Rump Roast Rotunde and across the street from the Tripe Colosseum.

RobertChase
RobertChase topcommenter

@DonkeyHotay   You really are not that well grounded in reality, are you?  Our law enforcement priorities are reflected in the sentences of those in our (and corporations') prisons.  ~60% of the entire prison population is there for non-violent drug offenses.  Every state in the Union has acquiesced to unconscionable Federal laws and passed their own which have packed our prisons with people who should never have been convicted of any crime in the first place -- it's really quite simple:  if our society devotes most of its law enforcement resources criminalizing innocuous conduct, few remain to deal with real crimes, such as thefts, assaults, and murders.   What don't you get?

RobertChase
RobertChase topcommenter

@DonkeyHotay Pathetic -- one might be trying to carry on a correspondence with ELIZA.

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

@RobertChase 

Why do you Hate America?

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

@Juan_Leg ... so he's Tan, Rested and Ready ... he don't need no stinking break.

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