Woman takes hilarious revenge on creep who sends her an unsolicited d*** pic

A woman who was sent an unwanted d*** pic took her revenge by making him think she had reported him to the police.

Twitter user Fruity Nessa from the USA posted some screenshots of the conversation to her account.

In the exchange with one of her followers, Nessa, a proud lesbian, was sent a message which said: “Would you laugh at my tiny penis.”

Nessa was quick to nip any unsolicited behaviour in the bud and replied: “Please, do not send me a picture of your penis.”

Unfortunately, it seems the follower couldn’t follow the simple direction and he went on to send her a photo of his privates.

Nessa decided to make the creep think twice next time he wanted to send the disgusting photo.

She took her revenge and created a fake “automated” message from “the Twitter team”.

Her intent was to make the dirty bloke believe he had been reported to the authorities, reports The Sun.

The message said: “This is an automated message generated by the Twitter team.

“Your image has been found to be a violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1283 (2020).

“An image you sent has been scanned by our AI Bot and was flagged as an unsolicited picture. Your account is scheduled to be reported to the police.

“Our bot is currently in BETA testing; sometimes it makes mistakes. If you believe this message was in error, reply "HELP" Otherwise, you will be contacted by your local authorities within 24hrs.”

The panicking bloke quickly replied saying “HELP”.

However, Nessa had no mercy and responded: “No, f*** you.”

Since posting her hilarious revenge, the tweet has been liked more than 809k times and retweeted 120k times.

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Fruity Nessa provided a free copy and paste version of the text so others could use it.

While other women added to the post and cleaned up the message to make it seem more realistic.

Fans cheered Nessa on in their replies.

Many asked the age old question: “Why do guys send d*** pics?”

One poster wrote: “Do any girls like it?

“I’m out of this whole exchange, but I hear it happens and every story is the girl not wanting to see it.

“Please do not send me d*** pics in reply. Genuine question!”

Another said: “It honestly baffles me to no end that some guys genuinely believe that unsolicited d*** pics (even after the recipient has said no) will actually get them the attention they want.

“When has it ever worked?”

While a bloke added: ”As a guy, I feel somewhat responsible for insuring this toxic masculinity comes to an end.

“I love your response. Thanks for sharing!”

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