A woman on her first date made one hell of a first move: She allegedly stole a blank check from an unsuspecting man so she could pay her rent bill.

The Staten Island Advance has the details, "Tonia Dolison, 46, met her 62-year-old victim on an online dating site, and the two went on a dinner date last month, according to a law enforcement source. The date went well, so she joined him in his New Springville home for drinks, movies and an overnight stay, the source said."

Dolison allegedly told cops, "I noticed he had a blank check on the table so I just grab the first check from the book. I then made the check out to my landlord and gave it to him. I did it because I was about to be locked out of the apartment. I signed and made out the check." The NJ resident was charged with grand larceny and forgery. It's unclear if the victim asked her out again.