A perverted CUNY professor is admitting to using Target and other store restrooms for sexual purposes for lesbians and others who are seeking his “services” to become impregnated, and now, as a result, is the father of 22 children.
In the graphic front page interview with the New York Post, Ari Nagel, who is a math professor at Kingsborough Community College that is part of City University of New York (CUNY), proudly admitted that he often has been using the restroom at the Target at Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, as well as other public store restrooms, including Starbucks, to view pornography and provide seminal specimens to women. His buyers then use the ladies’ restroom for self-insemination.
Nagel solicits his buyers on Craigslist, word of mouth and through other sites.
“I just love seeing how happy the moms and kids are . . . That’s why I do this,” he told the Post. “It’s the gift that keeps on giving.”
Nagel, who was raised in an Orthodox Jewish family with six siblings, said, “I feel like [I’m] getting all the joy, but also getting a good night’s rest.”
On his Facebook page, Nagel has an album posted of the children he has fathered—some of which he often babysits.
Target, which has been under fire by Christian and other family groups for allowing men into the women’s restrooms and vice versa, has been hit hard in the stock market, along with recent objections being raised at its annual shareholder meeting over the promotion of “transgenderism” on its properties.
While Harry Boger, the Atlantic Avenue location’s store manager could not be reached for comment, the store’s Leader on Duty (LOD), Juan Pineda, stated that this was the first he heard of the matter, and that the information would be passed to the store’s Asset Protection Leadership Team. Pineda cited that the “bathrooms are for using the restrooms and washing your hands” when asked if such behavior is permitted at the premises.
According to the Post, nearly half of Nagel’s paycheck is garnished for his offspring after the first five women Nagel made an arrangement with successfully sued him in court for child support.
A representative at CUNY could not be reached for comment by press time.