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Mum Who Accidentally Mooned School Class Says She's Had Messages From Loads Of Blokes

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Mum Who Accidentally Mooned School Class Says She's Had Messages From Loads Of Blokes

The mum who accidentally mooned a whole crowd of schoolchildren has had hundreds of fellas around the globe message her after her backside went viral.

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Katie Hannaford, 36, was left red-faced after a clip of her unfortunate mishap went gangbusters online.

The fall happened after her eight-year-old daughter begged her to do the parent fun run at her school.

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Now she has hopeful blokes lining up to date her, with up to 500 messages coming from around the world to ask how she is single.

"I've had thousands of messages - at least 500 of them have been from men from Greece to Puerto Rico to Germany and even Australia, saying 'how are you single?' and calling me a 'MILF'," she told the Mirror.

Hannaford revealed to the news oulet she's dealing with her 15 minutes of fame with a smile and a laugh.

"I can't put into words how I feel but I've been loving every minute - I've not stopped laughing since," she said.

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"I thought something was on my face the way people stared at me when I was in Tesco yesterday - I had to give myself a reality check and remember why."

As the messages keep flooding in, the 36-year-old mum said reactions have been largely positive and many have praised her for being an 'amazing mum'.

"The best comment I have seen is one that said: 'Don't be a Karen, be a Katie'. I can't take credit, but it's my favourite," she told the Mirror.

She admitted that she has received messages from trolls - but the clumsy mum from Basildon isn't letting them get her down.

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"To the haters, there's nothing you can say or do that will hurt or upset me," she said.

Credit: Katie Hannaford/SWNS
Credit: Katie Hannaford/SWNS

"The whole world's seen my bum now, but it is what it is - I can't hide from it. I don't care."

She added: "It's not embarrassing, it's funny - I don't care for drama or conflict, I just want to have fun."

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While she was initially embarrassed at first, she called the trip one of the 'funniest things' she has ever done.

"I'm not sporty at all, but [my daughter] kept begging me," she said. "In the end I agreed to the race – I knew I'd come last."

The 36-year-old continued: "I just tripped over my own feet – I think my body was just moving too fast for my legs! I'm so clumsy, I'm always falling over," she said.

"I was humiliated at the time, but it is what it is ... definitely the funniest thing I've ever done in my life!"

Featured Image Credit: SWNS.

Topics: Education, Sport, Viral, Parenting

Rachel Lang
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