Imagine having a browse for some furniture on your local Facebook buying and selling page, only to come across a rather... err... intimate screengrab that wasn't meant to be there.
That's what happened to members of the 'For Sale In Walthamstow And Surrounding Areas' page recently, after one seller's innocent attempt to sell their sofa went rather drastically wrong.
The seller, who we're obviously keeping anonymous, only wanted to sell their corner sofa, and had attached pictures along with it.
But they must have slipped up and uploaded an extra image too, which just so happened to be a screengrab of a rather sexual conversation.
Messages included a rather graphic "You ready to f**k this on the table?" and "I want to f**k it".
In other technological faux pas, one woman was also left rather red faced recently after auto-correct landed her in a spot of bother.
Steph Harper, 30, from Gloucester told the Department for Work and Pensions that she had been 'forced into prostitution' due to an autocorrect blunder.
She had meant to write, 'a position' but her phone had other ideas.
Steph quickly wrote the message regarding her Universal Credit last year as the pandemic started, as she was concerned about juggling work and looking after her seven-year-old son.
Steph accidentally said she was 'forced into a prostitution' as she was now 'unable to continue her work' as a children's party and entertainment co-ordinator.
The message read: "Good afternoon. With the school my son attends being closed now for the foreseeable future due to the Coronavirus outbreak, and with no childcare options available to me.
"I am forced into a prostitution where I am now unable to continue my work from effect of Monday 23rd March 2020."
Minutes later and the red faced mum realised her error, and quickly put together a response apologising and assuring the DWP she had not been forced into sex work.
We're sensing a pattern here... always double check before hitting send!
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