Woman shows 'creepy' texts she received from builder after he leaves halfway through a job
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A woman was completely lost for words after a tradesman left a job half way through and refused to come back, sending her a number of incredibly sexually inappropriate texts in the process.
You’d have to think that this man won’t be getting any further trade from this customer or her mates after this.
The story goes like this – the woman had asked the plasterer to come to her house to replaster it, having found him off the back of a recommendation from someone she knows.
Things were going well during the job, before he disappeared in the middle of the third day, packing up all of his things and simply driving away.
That left half of the kitchen unfinished, and a few questions on the woman’s mind.
She did eventually ask him what was going on, but definitely wasn’t prepared for the response that she got from the much older workman.
Sharing the texts online, the woman expressed her shock and surprise at what came back.
On the Girlsmouth Facebook group, she said: "So I hired a plasterer through recommendations... third day in after three hours he just disappeared, no text, no I'm off, nothing.
“I messaged him this morning to end up with this reply.
“I was in that much shock I didn't respond.
“Any suggestions ladies?
“Silver lining I got half my kitchen done."
One text from the man reads: "No I'm not coming back."
He then went on to say that if he came back, he’d want to take her to bed, listing off a number of things he’d like to do once there.
The man then concluded: "So that's why I'm not coming back cos, I want to do naughty things to you.
“Now if ya up for that then, I'll come back up.
“Don't worry about the money, not bothered about that."
When she shared the post, the woman said that she’d ‘only made him a cup of tea a few times in my fluffy PJs’ and added that the worker was ‘old enough to be [her] dad’.
As you can probably imagine, those who saw her post were equally stunned.
"Wtf bit of a creep needs reporting," said one person.
"Well, you know from experience he doesn't finish the job so I'd definitely pass,” wrote another.
"Wow he sounds proper professional and dedicated to his line of work," a third commented.
Yeah, it’s not a fantastic way to run a business, that’s for sure.