The woman is commended for her VERY effective response to a man who sent her a nude picture that led him to believe it had been passed on to the police
- Alexandra Kuri from North Yorkshire received a nude photo of a man via text
- Instead of replying, she pretended to be a robot and sent an automatic reply message
- Many praised their ingenious hack and joked that they will use it in the future
A woman was commended for her brilliant comeback after a man texted her a nude photo.
Alexandra Kuri from North Yorkshire took after Twitter to reveal her amusing response after unexpectedly receiving a half-naked photo of a man during a text exchange.
Instead of answering, she instead pretended to be a robot and wrote: “AUTOREPLY: We have detected the transmission of unwanted pornographic images of a potentially illegal nature (code: 36489-a), and the IP address of your device has been given to the police forwarded to an investigation.
"If you think this is a mistake, answer STOP."
And many praised her clever response – many admitted that if they received a similar type of photo, they would follow suit.
North Yorkshire's Alexandra Kuri received praise for her brilliant comeback after a man texted her a nude photo (pictured)
In the first post, which has garnered over 719,000 likes since then, the woman in question revealed how a man sent her a seemingly innocent message with a "hello" greeting.
However, he quickly followed him with an act next to the message: "My God, can we talk?"
Instead of just answering or ignoring the comment, Alexandra came up with the ingenious solution of posing as a robot.
And their unique method seemed to work – when the man immediately panicked and capitalized twice with & # 39; STOP & # 39; answered.
Many took to Twitter and joked how they felt "utterly inspired" after seeing Alexandra's amusing response
She then revealed that her plan had worked when she later clicked on the man's profile page, only to find that he had deleted all evidence of himself on social media.
She shared the snapshot and informed her followers, "Also lmaooo, your husband really got the bed wet," before adding, "Absolutely thrilled that he's fucking himself."
And many were inspired by Alexandra's creative response and wrote, “I wish I had thought of that! Absolutely inspired.
A second wrote, "Did someone type this in response so I could copy and paste it in my notes for later use?" While a third added, "I will copy every word for the next time someone sends me unsolicited nudes. "
One more comment: "The most awesome thing I've seen in months. Kudos for totally turning off crawling."
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