A man has shared a disturbing message he received from his date's mum. Watch below:
However, after a number of red flags, including his date remarking that he looks just like his uncle, it didn't work out and the pair went their separate ways.
Now, while that would usually be the end of that, @trustmeimaexpert revealed that he then received a text from his date's mum, saying that she was angry he didn't want to see her son and demanded that he marry him.
The text read: "You took my son on a date a couple of weeks ago and told him that you two are not compatible.
"I must say I was quite devastated when my son returned home from the outing and was not engaged to the man that he loves so I am reaching out to you to request that you enter into a relationship with my son and immediately begin planning a wedding of which will be paid 50/50 between the two families."
Understandably surprised by the message, he then replied, asking if this was some sort of sick joke, because he was not interested in dating her son.
But the mother hit back, saying there was "no joking when it comes to my son's love" and that they would be visiting him at work
She went on: "He has pictures of you already in his room and wants to marry you as soon as possible.
"We will be coming by your place of work tomorrow to discuss things in person and present you with a ring that we have purchased."
The man then warned them not to come near him because he would call the police if they did.
"We will be by to speak to you at your office at approximately 1.15pm tomorrow," she replied.
Luckily, neither the son nor his mother turned up. But it wasn't over there.
In a second video, @trustmeimaexpert explained that he then received yet another message from the mum, this time telling him that she was appalled he had shared the story on TikTok and that he had to buy her son a new car by way of an apology.
She said: "Anything cheaper than $35,000 will not be appropriate for your husband. Please correct your mistakes that you've committed against my son and proceed to do what makes him happy."
And still it wasn't over.
A little suspicious of what was going on, he decided to speak to the police about the messages and discovered that the mother had form for this kind of behaviour, and had once done the same thing to a guy who dated her daughter.
However, they eventually found out that it was not the mum who had been sending the messages after all, but the guy he went on a date with.
A cautionary tale of the dangerous world of online dating.
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@trustmeimaexpert
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