A MUM turned the tables on a pervert who wanted to buy her smelly shoes – by getting him to send her a picture with cheese balanced on his nipples.
Rebecca Stovin immediately shared the unsettling image online and added insult to injury to blocking the deviant.
The 18-year-old from Sheffield got an unsolicited private message from a Twitter user named Ryan Brown who offered to pay £10 for any “well worn smelly stinky shoes or slippers”.
Rebecca and her partner, who have a three-month-old girl, decided to play along with the filthy fetishist.
Rebecca shared a series of screenshots of their conversations on Twitter with the caption: “I am honestly crying.”
The messages being with Ryan asking “Alright, how’s you? Have you got any well worn smelly stinky shoes or slippers you want to sell hun?”
Rebecca replies that she does and Ryan instantly bites and offers her £10 for the shoes, and also postage.
Rebecca then seizes the moment, offering: “I’ll send them for free if you do something for me?”
When he asks what, she said: “Balance cubes of cheese on your nipples and send me a pic.”
A baffled Ryan replies: “How can I do that? It won’t balance, will just sit on my t*t?”
The exchange got unprintably filthy at this point, after which Ryan tells her he’s just going to go for a shower.
Then, an hour later, a picture message appears in Rebecca’s inbox – of a male torso with two small cubes of white cheddar cheese balancing on the nipples.
Ryan added the message: “There you go babe, hope you enjoy. Did you like it?”
Rebecca sent Ryan several crying with laughter emojis – and then blocked him. She then shared the image on social media, where it has been liked 16,000 times.
On social media, Jac_O’Neill said: “Sweet mother of Christ.”
Betting_is_cool commented: “That is brilliant. Well played.”
-kellybelly added: “I can’t believe he actually did it.”
Ruan Coetzee wrote: “Damn you sure played him good.”
While Erin said: “Omg that guy messaged me too. Such a freak telling me he’s gonna stick his c* in my slippers.”
And Danny joked: “Ffs, people frighten me.”
Ryan, who goes under the full handle @RyanBro739838825, has been prolific in messaging women on the social media site asking about dirty shoes or slippers – for at least four months.
Speaking today, Rebecca said: “I just got a random message from him. I didn’t know who he was so me and my partner decided to have a laugh and play along with what he was saying. It definitely kept us entertained for the night.
“I just wanted to see if he’d make himself look stupid for some old shoes.
“I didn’t think he’d do it to be fair but when he actually sent the photo I was in tears.
“I blocked him straight after that and then he found my Instagram and tried to message me on it, but I blocked him on that too.”