A Man Has Been Sacked After Bombarding Woman With Abusive Tinder Messages
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A man who bombarded a woman he met on Tinder with abusive voice messages has been fired from his job after being exposed online:
Ebonie Sanderson shared the audio messages she received on the online dating platform, which showed the man calling her a 'disgusting fat pig' when she declined to meet up with him.
According to Ebonie, the man's CEO has since emailed her to tell her that he's been fired 'effective immediately'. She said: "The CEO did the right thing and acted quickly."
The 26-year-old posted the videos, where the man can be heard saying: "You're actually a fat f***ing pig. You know that? Thanks.
"You did waste my time. You're f***ing ugly.
"Your a*** looks ok and you would have been one f**k. You would have been just one f**k and that would have been it because you're a disgusting fat pig."
He went on to say: "Look, you don't have issues if you call out someone for being a s**t person.
"You're a piece of s**t, and you're fat and you're ugly.
"You're ugly on the inside and the outside and I say that to s**t people. Good people I treat well."
The messages then go off on a tangent, adding: "Anyway, look at my f***ing face, I don't struggle getting laid.
"I turned down a chick tonight so yeah, I choose not to masturbate. I choose not to cum a lot.
"You just called me 'hot' five minutes ago... I don't struggle getting laid and I especially don't need a four like you to get laid."
Taking to Instagram, Ebonie told her followers: "This is what happens when you say NO or call out a man for being disrespectful!!!
"You apparently earn yourself the right to get verbally abused and fat shamed on more than one platform.
"No, I didn't 'ask for it' and yes, I'm entitled to change my mind and tell someone I'm not interested anymore because I feel uncomfortable and intimidated by one's aggressive and forceful nature.
"The worst part about this attack, is the fact that I felt the need to be nice when turning him down, telling him he's good looking and will find someone else for the night and then apologising for feeling uncomfortable!!!! THAT IS A BIG PROBLEM."
A Tinder spokesperson confirmed to news.com.au that the man's account has been removed. They said: "We take the safety and security of our members very seriously and have a zero-tolerance policy for online harassment.
"The profile in question was removed from Tinder after being reported."