Woman Delivers Excellent Response To Buyer's Request To See Bikini Being Worn
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A woman who was asked an inappropriate question while trying to sell a bikini online put the creepy prospective buyer well and truly in his place.
However, one man clearly wasn't content with this, commenting on the ad: "Any pics with being worn like to see what it looks like on before buying."
Tess originally planned to ignore the pervy request, but then with the help of her brother Kade, she decided to respond.
Tess replied 'sure one sec!', before sending the pictures he requested - except, it wasn't Tess wearing the bikini, it was her brother.
Explaining what went down on Facebook in a post originally shared in 2017, she said: "So, I'm selling a bathing suit on Facebook yard sale and a man comments and asks me if he can see a picture of it being worn before buying...
"Of course I was going to ignore the comment but Kade just couldn't resist."
The cunning plan earned Tess and Kade tonnes of praise.
One person commented: "Your brother just became my hero."
Another said: "Good one! You have got a great brother."
A third added: "Boy pulled it off like a Victoria's Secret model."
Tess told Bored Panda: "Creepy men like to take advantage of young girls on there. Never send a pic of you modeling the clothes. Sometimes, men will even make fake accounts acting like women who are interested in buying your clothes and 'want to see it on'."
Last year, a motorsport mechanic, supercar instructor and grid girl posted an advert for a Ford Fiesta lampooning the 'absolute k*****r' buyers many of us have had the misfortune of dealing with.
Laura Jones, from Coventry, said: "It is a 1.6 tdci (a diesel) - it's good on fuel - no this doesn't mean you can throw a fiver in it, break down after 80 miles then ring me saying I lied about the fuel economy - use your noggin.
"You are more than welcome to test drive the car IF you can prove to me you're insured. By prove, I do not mean your mate McKenzie swearing on his dog's life that he's got a licence, or telling me you're insured on every car because your mate's uncle's goldfish's mum's nephew owns a garage. What I mean is, I need to see your insurance... end of."
The ad continued: "If you happen to be that absolute k*****r who comes to view the car, realises I'm of the female kind and attempts to tell me how the car is broken in anyway shape or form, I promise to waste a minimum of 50 minutes of your time going along with your lies, purely for entertainment, s***s and giggles, making you think you're going to get the car for half the price, followed by mid conversation, shaking your hand and kindly telling you to p*** off.
"So yep... there you have it. Fiesta. Grey. Diesel. Goes brum. £2,750."
Bravo Laura, bravo.