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Woman shares man's disturbing voicemails after he stood her up on first date

Emily Brown

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A podcast host had to share with the world the disturbing voicemails she received from a man who was somehow angry at her, despite the fact he stood her up.

Presenter Mason, who works alongside Nick Cannon on his show The Daily Cannon, took to TikTok to share the messages left by the man after they'd organised a date in 2021.

Mason showed up to the restaurant on time, but after waiting for 30 minutes she realised she'd been stood up.

The man later called to claim he'd missed the date because his father was in hospital, which might have been a reasonable excuse if he didn't then call a second time to admit that was a lie.

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Mason had been stood up by the man on their first date. Credit: TikTok/@masononthemic
Mason had been stood up by the man on their first date. Credit: TikTok/@masononthemic

He then proceeded to leave Mason an increasingly alarming series of voicemails, gradually getting angrier and angrier.

One video, branded the 'pièce de résistance' by Mason, heard the man ask: "Why haven't you called me back? Why do you do that to somebody else? I told you that this has happened in the past, you said you weren't going to do it.

"I have left several messages spilling my heart to you, all I'm asking for is a call back... I don't understand girls like you."

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After hearing the message, Mason told her followers: "I am the same as every other girl... frightened for my life."

Check out another voicemail below:

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The man seemed to know exactly what the future might hold for him as a result of the voicemails, saying: "Please, whatever you do, do NOT put this on TikTok."

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Needless to say, Mason wasn't keen on obliging to his demands, even when he threatened her with legal action.

"He’s threatening me with legal action and yet he still wants me to call him back!," she laughed.

As well as sharing the videos on TikTok, Mason shared the clips with listeners of her Dallas radio station.

This move caught the attention of the man's mum, who apparently then got involved by inviting Mason over to dinner.

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Mason said she'd bought pepper spray after getting the voicemails. Credit: TikTok/@masononthemic
Mason said she'd bought pepper spray after getting the voicemails. Credit: TikTok/@masononthemic

With the desperation around her response growing by the day, Mason began to wonder whether she needed to acquire a restraining order against the man.

She also announced that she'd already bought pepper spray - so between that and her lack of a direct response to his messages, hopefully the man soon got the message.

TikTokers became fully invested in the events as Mason shared the voicemails online, with one commenting: "This is my new favourite show."

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"Talk about dodging a bullet," another added.

Topics: Sex and Relationships, TikTok, Life

Emily Brown
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