Woman sends funny but clever response to unsolicited nude photo!
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And this ladies and gents… is how you deal with an unsolicited nude photo!

 

North Yorkshire, United Kingdom (16 October 2020) – Whether dating apps, texting or even social media platforms, it’s all too common for women (and some men) to receive random, unsolicited sexual images from men.

Scientifically, cyber flashing hasn’t received much attention, but most people agree… they do not want to see them, so how do we make it stop?

This growing trend of individuals sending unsolicited pictures of their genitalia to strangers online is incredibly worrisome and people are not always sure how to respond. Some get angry, some name and shame, and some just let it slide… but this Twitter user “schooled” us all on how to deal with these unwanted messages.

Alexandra Kuri received an unsolicited nude photo and knew exactly what to do. In fact, her response caused the Twitter user to delete his account completely seconds later. Brilliant!

Kuri posted the pics to her Twitter saying: “Absolutely thrilled with this he’s shite himself.”

Check out the direct message conversation screen grabs below:

Woman sends funny but clever response to unsolicited nude photo!
Photo Cred: Twitter
Woman sends funny but clever response to unsolicited nude photo!
Photo Cred: Twitter
Woman sends funny but clever response to unsolicited nude photo!
Photo Cred: Twitter

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