Jane Park apologises after falling victim to Pal’s Tinder prank

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JANE Park has fallen victim to a Tinder prank after a mate got access to her account.

Jane celebrated her 24th birthday in December

The millionaire was forced to apologise to the man involved after saying he was the “worst looking thing” she’d ever seen in her life.

She revealed in a series of Tweets that her mate, Gillian. told her to go onto the dating app claiming she recognised a profile that had just flashed up.

Gillian then pulled a fast one by “super-liking” a user’s profile on her behalf of Jane.

Jane then went on Twitter to reveal her friend’s treachery but only added to her own problems by calling the man’s profile: “The worst looking thing I’ve ever seen in my life.”

An embarrassed Jane took to Twitter five miniutes later to apologise to the man in case he had seen her first tweet.

Mate, Gillian pulled a fast-one on Jane when she super-liked the guys profile

Writing to her Twitter followers on Saturday (5 Jan), Jane said: “ Omg I was on Tinder and I came off it, and then Gillian went “go back on, I think I know him”.

“So I’ve clicked back on to it – the worst looking thing I’ve ever seen in my life is on the screen – and she super-liked him before I even had a chance to think.”

A user called Lew then hit back: “Because you’re easily the biggest munter on Twitter.”

Jane is on Tinder despite offering £60k to a winning applicant to be her boyfriend

James Ozie wrote: “Don’t need to be like that Jane.”

Minutes later, Jane added: “Also, apologies if you see this then go on Tinder and see that I’ve super liked you.”

Suggesting that she may have super-liked a few people on the app, she clarified: “It might not have been that one.”

Jane, 24, hit the headlines in 2012 when she became the UK’s youngest EuroMillions winner with a lucky dip ticket at the age of 17.

She set up the site boyfriendvacancy.co.uk in November after splitting with her footie ex

But her love life has not matched her financial good fortune.

After a string of failed relationships, it was revealed in November that Jane was offering a £60,000 annual allowance to a winning applicant to date her.

She set up the website Boyfriendvacancy.co.uk and was inundated with over 10,000 responses within the first 24 hours.

This came after the news of her split from her Footballer ex Jordan Piccott – who she also met on Tinder.

 
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