A SCOT branded a sex disease-infected love rat in public posters is the victim of a malicious hoax, his shocked wife claimed today.
The lost dog-style posters put up in Pitlochry, Perthshire, included a picture of the man and described his “breed” as “S***-screw” and fond of “humping any b****h in heat”.
But the man’s wife has now come forward to insist she had nothing to do with the posters and that the claims in them are untrue.
She said: “This poster was nothing to do with me.
“We have no idea who wrote this about my husband.
“Secondly, the ‘facts’ written on this poster are also not true.
“This has caused so much stress in my marriage and for my family.”
The poster came to light after a passerby shared a photograph of it on Facebook where it received hundreds of likes.
The poster stated: “Habits – lying, cheating on his clueless wife/mistresses, drinking preying on women, sex pest, narcissist.
“Likes – getting women drunk and using them for sex.
“Dislikes – telling the truth, being loyal, using condoms.
“Last seen – humping any b***h in heat.”
The poster then ends with a warning to anyone who may approach the man, stating: “Do not approach – will contract chlamydia/genital warts.”
The picture of the man appears to be from a Tinder account he has set up.
The Tinder profile states the man’s name, his age and occupation.
The culprit then sticks the knife in, claiming the man has taken two years off his age and is glamourising his job.
They have corrected the description underneath where he wrote: “Loves positive people, quirks, good wine, Italian food. Open to most things, but let’s start with a casual date.”
The new Tinder profile reads: “Loves chlamydia-positive people, quirky bumlicker, good wife and kids at home, multi-cultural people accepted.
“Open to dating men, casual date to get you legless at my place of work and hump you in a hotel room and use you for casual sex only.”
A baffled visitor spotted the poster outside a shop in Pitlochry and posted it on Facebook.
The photograph was immediately re-shared across social media but has since been removed from the site.