A woman got revenge on a pervert who sent her three unsolicited pictures of his penis by claiming she had a porn blocker on her phone that immediately sent nude images to the police.
Mariclare Michelle was sent the intimate snaps by the man, who she had never met before, just 12 hours after he had asked to be friends when she rejected his online advances on Tuesday.
But the 23-year-old retail manager decided to get her revenge by casually telling him she had a porn blocker installed on her phone that automatically sent nude images to police to investigate.
The woman had accepted the stranger’s friend request after spotting they had mutual friends and said she intended to check over his profile the next day.
But he contacted her before she could investigate, complimenting her on being ‘really cute’ and claiming ‘blue eyes and freckles make him weak’.
When she explained she had a boyfriend, the man said: “Wanna still be friends?” After not replying for two hours, he followed up by saying: “I love those freckles.”
The bloke then sent three pictures of his naked penis 12 hours later at 6.33 am – and even cheekily asked her if she liked it three hours later.
Mariclare claims she saw the images when half asleep and, after telling her boyfriend Nick Reifert, the pair decided to prank the perv.
Mariclare, from Seattle, Washington, US, replied: “Sorry I can’t see the pictures. What did you send me. A meme?” The man said: “Not exactly.”
Mariclare then ingeniously said: “What was it? Usually I can’t see the picture if it’s nudity. I have a porn blocker on my phone and it send the info immediately to my local police from the pictures data.
“I know it’s silly but you can never be too careful with creepy guys on the internet sending out unsolicited d*** pics.”
Clearly worried, the pervert then admitted he had sent her an image of his penis and blamed it on ‘drinking way too much’.
Mariclare said: “Well I hate to say this but those pictures are probably being looked over at my local Sexual Crimes Against Women unit.
“Which probably means they already have pictures of your face now too because of your profile.. you should look into getting a lawyer if I were you. Oof drinking way to much..? Don’t know if that will make a good case.”
So, she was stopping him from mithering other women as well. What a woman.
The terrified man then hilariously blocked Mariclare from being able to send any more messages.
Mariclare said: “I laughed really hard when the picture came through. I was half awake, half asleep and like, ‘what?’. It’s a picture of his penis. Several pictures of his penis. He sent me multiple. I think he sent me three.
“I get it all the time so I wasn’t too worried [when I got the picture]. I was sick of it. I saw a post about a different girl talking about a porn blocker on her phone. I was like, I’ve got the time and I have nothing better to do.
“I thought he would call me [out] on my cr*p and tell me I was lying and it wasn’t a real thing, but instead he was like ‘are you serious’, and I was like ‘dead serious, absolutely serious’.”
Mariclare shared screenshots of her conversation with the man online where they were liked, shared and commented more than 3,700 times.
Mariclare said: “I hope other women use cues like this to help themselves and not feel like they’re in a damsel in distress situation.
“You don’t have to give this guy all the power even though they’ve tried to be entitled to your attention or what you say back or a picture back.”