A MEDDLING mum is being hunted by cops for her relentless campaign of finding her son a girlfriend at university for this week’s Valentine’s Day.
The unidentified woman has been so persistent that Towson University police in Maryland have warned students about her.
The woman is described to be in her 50s[/caption]
The university’s police released an “incident advisory” asking for help to identify the woman.
Campus cops say that this advisory is “intended to heighten awareness and inform the community of incidents that may impact their safety and security.”
They said that the woman has been scouring the library trying to find her son a date.
The relentless mum has been described to be in her 50s and was spotted approaching students in two campus buildings last week.
According to Towson University police department, the woman has showed pictures of her son to female students asking them if they would date her son.
TUPD Chief Charles Herring said the woman’s behaviour “may cause concern”.
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According to authorities, the woman is being looked for by cops so that they would ask her to stop disturbing students on campus.
Some students took to Twitter to express their concerns.
One student wrote: “I swear that lady in Cook (library) bothering people.”
While another said: “This woman brings new definition to the phrase ‘helicopter parent’.”
The university’s police released an ‘incident advisory’ asking for help to identify the woman[/caption]
The relentless mum was spotted approaching students in two campus buildings last week[/caption]