Woman Sends Unsolicited D*ck Pic To Senders Mum

A student has gone viral after she forwarded on an unsolicited dick pic to the senders mum, with the mother revealing her response to the image. Mortifying.

Madi Kohn had written a disclaimer on her Tinder bio which was aimed at men wanting to send her images of their manhood that read: "If you send me dick pics I will send them to your mom." No one can say she didn't make herself pretty bloody clear.

And it didn't stop one unfortunate man from sending her a pictures of his penis, leading her to actually send it to his mum. He really found out the hardest way possible.

But at least he knows she's honest and sticks to her word - some great attributes in a potential partner.

Madi told ABC 15: "It's just crazy and it blows my mind that people think they can send those kinds of things without repercussions at all.

"Especially when you've never even met or talked to the person. I'm not sure what exactly they expect from the other person's reaction."

Credit: Tinder
Credit: Tinder

Madi wasn't messing around and forwarded the undesirable snap to the man's mum after tracking her down on Facebook. We love her stalker skills.

She told the mum: "I have never talked to him or met him, but he has sent me this picture through instagram (sic) after discovering my profile. Can you please tell him not to send unsolicited pictures to women? I did not ask for it."

The woman responded a day later and although she speaks little English, she explained that her son is a 'good man'. She apologised and added that she would speak to him about what he had done.

He shouldn't really have been surprised seeing as she did give him some warning but the man criticised Kohn for sharing the picture and said that she couldn't prove the image was of him. Why's he talking about it if it wasn't him though? Slight give away.

He told BuzzFeed: "I will say this. If that was 'me' what she did was illegal. You can't share those types of 'private' pics without consent. I am not sure if you are aware of that.

"My mom, my sister, other family members, my friends - no one cared. I think the fact that no one cared pushed her of [sic] the edge to try to make a big deal out of this.

Credit: Twitter/@vayn_music
Credit: Twitter/@vayn_music

"My mom knows very little English so I don't know if she understood what was going on. She was just surprised by the picture she was sent from her.

"She apologised the best she could because she did not know what was going on. She called me and just told me about it."

Must have still been an awkward few weeks, knowing that everyone (including your own mother) is familiar with your 'chat up' techniques. If that's what we can call them...

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@vayn_music

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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