Everyone's experienced a really persistent individual online, haven't they? On one hand you want to give that certain someone credit for their efforts but on the other (if you're not interested) you just want to tell them to, well, fuck off - it's as simple as that.
One guy, called Trevor Norris, saw a gap in the market to help people who find themselves in this situation, by taking a tonne of pictures where he's going about daily life.
Out of the shower, in the car and lay in bed on his phone. They've been taken to look like someone has taken them of him - depicting him as the 'boyfriend'.
He's advertised this 'service' for women via Twitter - but guys could use the pictures as well because we know it's not all one-sided.
There's even a 'second batch':
And a third...
He followed up the tweets to say: "Make fun of me if you want but on the real if you need one another one just let me know."
Anyway, it seems to be working because women are actually responding to show that their harassers are leaving them alone.
Speaking to Inside Edition, Norris explained: "Girls can't stop it. And that's the big problem. A block won't stop it because they may see them in real life, then it's even more awkward."
Norris just wants the subject to be understood, adding: "That's what I do want, I just want this message to be heard. So if no one else gonna speak about it, I'm definitely ready for it."
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@trevor_norris0