Creep who sent pic of his penis to transgender woman gets shock of his life when she sends one back – The Sun

A PERV who sent a young woman an unsolicited picture of his genitals got a taste of his own medicine when she responded with a snap of her own, much bigger, penis.

Faye Kinely, a 20-year-old transgender student from Glasgow was born biologically male, but is now a transgender woman, who proudly refers to herself as "that one girl with a d**k."

Faye shared the hilarious exchange on Twitter, writing: "This random guy somehow got my number off here and sent me a dick pic and I guess he didn’t appreciate it when I sent a picture of mine back, worked like a charm."


The student had the good sense to cover both members with an aubergine and a croissant emoji respectively – since she knows that not everyone likes to randomly see pictures of other people's genitals.

The creep, who Faye thinks got her number from Facebook, texted her out of the blue with the X-rated snap adding: "Hey girl you so sexy."

But quick-thinking Faye sent her own snap back in no time, with the shocked flasher quickly replying: "What the hell?"

He continued: "Why would you send me that? I'm blocking your number now. Bye.

"Delete this conversation."

Faye's Twitter was ablaze with users praising her quick wit.

@GeekyPug87 replied: "I love how HE is the one who got freaked out and texted YOU to block his number."


@KateismyFate added: "I don't know you but I love that you did this."

And Amy Rose said: "Men really flip out when you treat them the way they treat you."

One cheeky twitter user @JAZ12345 dared to ask: "Okay but real s*** was yours bigger?"

To which she replied: "Yeah… A lot hahahah."

Faye said: "I think he found my number from my Facebook which has since been made private. And he just texted me out of the blue.

"I've received a fair few unsolicited pictures in the past, but for some reason it just occurred to me how funny it to be if I did exactly the same thing. His response was exactly as I expected it would be.

"My number got blocked immediately and I still have no clue who this guy is!

"I have somewhat of a platform on Instagram and such and if I went and reported every unsolicited d*** picture I received I would be at it 24/7.

"I think if someone was upset by receiving something like this they definitely should have the right to report it.

"Personally it doesn't bother me that deeply and on a personal level I've found the police to be negligent when actual sexual assault is reported never mind something like this."


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