A married woman who says she is inundated with more than 50 sexually explicit messages from strangers every week set up a page to brutally humiliate them online.
Jennifer Sandbach never checked the messages that were automatically sent to the inbox labelled 'other' on social media, and was horrified by the amount of 'disgusting' messages waiting for her.
The 29-year-old has since made a habit of exposing the crude advances she receives and shares her hilarious tactic to deal with them on her own 'Jenni Vs Creepy Inbox Guys' page – which now has 13,500 followers.
In one conversation, a man asked to see a pictures of Jennifer in her underwear, so she sent back a close up of what appeared to be her cleavage.
When he replied 'MMMM that just helped me finish babe you got nice t***', she sent the full zoomed out image, showing it was in fact a man holding a bra in front of his butt cheeks with the message: "You just tugged the slug over some man crack you thirsty freak."
Jennifer, a bank worker from Merseyside, says her husband hates the messages and wishes she would block them – but she hopes calling them out will stop them going on to harass other women.
"My absolute favourite reply of all time is when I was sent a d*** pic and I replied, 'that d*** pic just gave me an STD'. He said, 'you don't get STDs from pics, stupid'.
"I said, 'I'm not talking about a sexually transmitted disease. I meant a Small Todger Disappointment'. That really cracked me up.
"I do save any photos I see on the net in advance that maybe have some use in following someone sending me unsolicited DMs.
"I found the guy's a**cheek picture made to look like cleavage online.
"But when it comes to my actual text replies, I'm pretty quick-witted and it's all done on the fly in response to how they reply and what is said to me first.
"I do get a lot of messages so recalling exact thought processes during individual chats is difficult, but I felt intense excitement, pleasure and satisfaction as I sent the first fake cleavage picture.
"I knew he was about to be embarrassed beyond belief.
"I have a decent following on the page, but I'm still a down-to-earth person and don't consider myself an expert or above anyone else.
One of Jennifer's message exchanges
Unknown sender: Yeah I'm only about 10 mins from where you live, if you catch my drift
Jennifer: Nope I don't?
Unknown sender: Well I'm real horny and I'd love to get laid
Jennifer: I see… does this approach work much for you?
Unknown sender: Not so much but you never know
Jennifer: I'll tell you what I do know… Speaking to girls the way you do…. the only way you'll ever get laid is after the girl's been paid hahaha
Unknown sender: P*** off b**** you would have to pay me for sex with that stupid face you got I was only winding you up never wanted you anyway jokes on you b****
Unknown sender: Nothing to say huh? Get ready for a block b****
Jennifer: Finally! Saves me doing it haha
"I hope my no-nonsense approach rubs off on my followers, spreading the culture of not taking c**p from guys who don't want to respect women's boundaries.
"My method of humiliating presents the tiniest chance that they may think twice before doing it again. Plus, it's hilarious my way, so there's that."
Jennifer says most guys find her profile as she is the admin of a few online groups, where she regularly contributes.
When she received her first ever message, she responded to say she was married and not interested, only to be given a barrage of abuse in return.
"I had a lightbulb moment and realised I could play with the situation and haze any future unsolicited message senders if they got pervy without provocation," she said.
"After dealing with so many rude and disgusting messages it has become obvious that the replies after being turned down and mocked all seem to follow the same formula.
"The call me a b****, wh***, s**t. All the things I am the exact opposite of as I'm turning them down. Go figure.
"I do sometimes get messages from ladies who follow the page who show me messages they have received and asking advice on what to reply. Naturally I'm only happy to oblige.
"At the time of answering the first message I received, I'd probably have said I felt disgusted and sickened by these people. As I've now dealt with so many I guess you could say I'm hardened to it all and am able to brush it off.
"If me raising awareness and highlighting the problem through the page's posts helps other less-hardened ladies to deal with these creeps, then good."
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