cradle snatcher

cradle snatcher

n
informal someone who marries or has an affair with a much younger person
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cradle snatcher

[ˈkreɪdlˈsnætʃəʳ] n (pej) → chi se la fa con quelli/e più giovani
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Friends said he was a "Jekyll and Hyde character" who boasted he was a "cradle snatcher" after seducing Tracey when she was 19.
Perito added this innocent girl must have looked at the respondent being a good popular singer yet, "this (Aguilar) cradle snatcher wants to take advantage on the adulation of the child by pretending to be loving her and allegedly marrying her later...
It drew mostly negative reactions in the social media, with some netizens calling Aguilar, who had been separated from his spouse for more than a decade, a "cradle snatcher."
"At first people used to stare when we walked around together and lads used to shout 'cradle snatcher' at me," says Richard.
TREACHERY: Sultry Ella locks lips with her daughter's bloke, Adam CAUGHT: Pair's affair revealed DEVOTED: Corrinne with Tom and as Dr Thompson Cradle snatcher Emmerale cougar Ella shares a tender moment between the sheets with Adam Barton, her daughter Mia's boyfriend STEAMY: Ella grabs Adam for a kiss
But ghastly cradle snatcher Ella with her too-close eyes has left him with very little choice.
Instead of leaving well enough alone and maturely accepting her fling for what it probably should remain, a wake-up call for her libido, Stella returns to Jamaica -- this time with son Quincy and niece Chantel (Sicily) in tow -- to discover that Winston is a rich boy whose proper mother bluntly accuses Stella of being a cradle snatcher.
"Anyone who calls me a golddigger or Willie a cradle snatcher are shallow and narrowminded," she says.
I am seven years older than him so I am not a cradle snatcher.
Stewart adds: "Elaine had phone calls from people calling her a cradle snatcher and much worse.
He said she was a cradle snatcher and that he would get her locked up as wehad sex before I was 16.