Married Woman 'Humiliates' Blokes Online Using Pictures Of Men's Bum Cheeks
A quick-witted married woman received so many sleazy messages from blokes online that she created a viral page to shame them - including pranking some into thinking a man's bum cheeks were her cleavage.
Jennifer Sandbach says she is inundated with more than 50 sexually explicit messages from strangers every week and gets revenge by 'humiliating' the senders as she shames them online.
The 29-year-old claims she had never checked her 'other' folder online until she took a look two years ago and was horrified by the number of 'disgusting' messages in there.
Ever since starting her page 'Jenni Vs Creepy Inbox Guys' in January 2018, Jennifer has amassed more than 13,500 followers and she even dishes out tips to other women on what to reply to their own messages.
In one conversation, a man had requested to see her boobs and Jennifer sent what appeared to be a close-up of her bust - only to 'punk' the guy by revealing it was a close-up of another man's buttocks.
In another exchange, a man requested a pic of her in 'bra and [k]ni[c]kers' and Jennifer again sent a pre-saved image of what appeared to be her chest.
The stranger said: "MMMM that just helped me finish babe you got nice t*ts."
Jennifer then sent the full image of a man holding a bra over his bottom, and said: "You just tugged the slug over some man crack you thirsty freak."
Does anyone else want to throw up at the phrase 'tugged the slug'? It can't just be me...
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Jennifer claims her husband hates that she receives these 'childish' messages and wishes she'd just block the senders.
But ultimately she believes calling out the perverts might stop them going on to harass other women.
Jennifer, from Merseyside, said: "My absolutely favourite reply of all time is when I was sent a d**k pic and I replied, 'That d**k pic just gave me an STD.' He said, 'You don't get STDs from pics, stupid.'
"I said, 'I'm not talking about a sexually transmitted disease. I meant a Small Todger Disappointment.' That really cracked me up."
She explained: "I felt intense excitement, pleasure and satisfaction as I sent the first fake cleavage picture. I knew he was about to be embarrassed beyond belief.
"I hope my no-nonsense approach rubs off on my followers, spreading the culture of not taking cr*p from guys who don't want to respect women's boundaries."
Jennifer claims she receives most of the contact due to being an admin member of a number of online groups as well as regularly contributing posts in others too.
The bank worker said: "I have four pages and groups of my own and I'm a normal member in more than 100 groups in which I regularly post, which is why I get so many messages from random people. The first message I ever received, I told the guy I was married and wasn't interested.
"As I recall, he replied angrily and called me all manner of names and so forth, as lots of fragile men do after rejection. I had a lightbulb moment and realised I could play with the situation and haze any future unsolicited message senders if they got pervy without provocation.
"If me raising awareness and highlighting the problem through the page's posts helps other less-hardened ladies to deal with these creeps, then good."
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