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Daily Sex News: Woman tricks guy who sent her an unsolicited dick pic

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asked Aug 8 in Articles by longhands1 (69,865 points)

Woman tricks guy who sent her an unsolicited dick pic into driving forty minutes to Buckingham Palace for a threesome.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you are a woman in ownership of a Snapchat account, you’re likely to receive unsolicited requests from random dudes, sexual messages, and the occasional dick pic.

It’s incredibly annoying.

Most of us just roll our eyes and ignore it, or give the dick pic sender a massive telling off.

Tara Natasha, 26, has a different approach.

Seriously fed up of an endless slews of dick pics from men on Snapchat, Tara decided to gloriously prank a man who sent her a photo of his penis at 1am, before sending her a message asking for sex.

 

The man asked for her postcode, presumably so he could show up at her house where she would obviously be incredibly keen for sex with a random man who sent her a photo of his balls.

So she gave him the address of Buckingham Palace.

 

Tara added that she lived with a friend, who’d be happy to turn the meetup into a threesome.

‘It was 1am when I got a random add on my Snapchat,’ said Tara.

‘The guy immediately sent me two photos of him naked and one of his face.

‘I completely ignored it at first, but half an hour later he sent me a crude message.

 

 ‘I thought it’d be funny to reply back saying “fab” sarcastically.

‘Not realising I was being sarcastic, he then asked if I would be up for it and I replied “of course”, again being sarcastic.

‘So I pretended I was going to let him come to my house, and I thought to myself, where should I send this man?

‘Then I thought the most outrageous idea, Buckingham Palace.’

 

She says the man entered the address into his SatNav, and drove forty minutes, from Croydon to Buckingham Palace, in the hopes of a threesome.

Tara was sure he’d figure out the prank, but, he didn’t.

The man messaged her updates on the way to her ‘home’, and didn’t even twig when Tara sent him a picture of the Queen.

He eventually figured it out and absolutely lost it.

 

 ‘It was so funny I couldn’t cope,’ said Tara. ‘When he was approaching Buckingham Palace, he still didn’t click.

‘I then sent him a funny photo of the queen smiling and he still didn’t understand he had been pranked.’

‘He just went mad, he did not appreciate it at all.

 

 ‘He told he had drove 40 minutes from outside of London and had spent so much money on petrol.

‘He then started sending me abusive messages. He started threatening me and told me he would come find me.

‘I just had to end up blocking him. I do hope he has calmed down now, and just sees it as a bit of banter.

‘I didn’t think he would actually go, I thought he would just google it immediately and realise the joke. It bewilders me as to why men think women are so easy.’

 

 

Tara shared screenshots of the prank on Facebook, where it was shared more than 10,000 times.

She wants the trick to be a way of standing up for all women who have to put up with sexual harassment online.

‘Why is it sexual harassment if someone flashes a woman on the street, but it isn’t if someone sends a woman their genitals online,’ said Tara.

‘I am so sick of men seeing women as objects, and although this was a bit of fun – I was highlighting the very concerning factor of online harassment in society today.

‘It is not okay for men to send women disgusting, naked photos of themselves.’

 




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