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Woman Fat-Shamed By Tinder Date Messages His Mum In Ultimate Revenge

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Woman Fat-Shamed By Tinder Date Messages His Mum In Ultimate Revenge

A woman who received an offensive message on Tinder sent the messages to her match's mum on Facebook - and it really was the ultimate revenge.

Yaz - who goes by @yazminjane on TikTok - took to the video-sharing platform where she shared screengrabs of the messages.

You can watch the clip below:

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In the video, Yaz first shows the message she received, which read: "Hi Yaz, bit larger than I normally go for but fancy meeting for a drink?"

Unsurprisingly, Yaz was not impressed with the offensive message, and searched for his mum on Facebook, before messaging her about her son's behaviour.

"Just thought I'd share the thoughtless message your son sent me... no need or room for that kind of attitude in 2022. He won't find anyone this way," she wrote.

Yaz shared the messages on TikTok (Credit: TikTok/@yazminjane)
Yaz shared the messages on TikTok (Credit: TikTok/@yazminjane)
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The mum was not impressed with the message her son had sent, but suggested that he may have been hacked.

She wrote: "Seems we have something odd happening! Having spoken to my son, he has no information about you on his phone and would never be so rude as to send a message like that to anyone!! Too well brought up to do that!!!

"I'm pleased you sent the message to me but wonder why you didn't message him directly? I hope you will trust that he would not do this!

"I don't really understand hacking and how it works but maybe this is what has occurred?"

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The mum thinks her son's phone was hacked (Credit: TikTok/@yazminjane)
The mum thinks her son's phone was hacked (Credit: TikTok/@yazminjane)

And people were shocked at the messages, with one person commenting: "Surely he didn’t actually think you’d message back and be alright with what he said."

While another said: "Ah the old hacking on tinder when the hackers body shame people, the classic."

And a third added: "Why would anyone hack just to send rude tinder messages."

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Oh dear... it certainly doesn't sound like TikTok is convinced.

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Topics: Sex and Relationships, Life

Lucy Devine
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