David Merkur, 28, listed details of 12 women he was meeting for dates including their first names, a score out of 10 for their appearance, and comments on their personalities, in a meticulously constructed computer document.
One of the women, who he named as "Marisa, 25," was described in the Excel spreadsheet as having a "nice face/bod" but Mr Merkur concluded: "OK girl, but very jappy (slang for Jewish American Princess); one and done for me." She said: "If I had to sum him up in one word, it would be 'fidgety'.
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