Student's savage response to dick pick gets her accused of 'illegal' activity
Why do some guys still think it's okay to send unsolicited dick pics?
It's not cool, and I doubt any man has ever got some off the back of it.
Madison Kohn, who studies at Arizona State University, had made it very clear on her Tinder bio that if anyone did try it, she'd be sending the pictures straight to the offender's mother.
The 20 year-old was still sought out though, by someone she hadn't matched with, but had clicked on her linked Instagram account (another creepy move).
Apparently the man - only known as Ryan - had been messaging her for a while, but Madi had ignored him. Then, when he sent her a dick pic, she decided to follow through with her plan.
She searched his name on Facebook and was able to find his mum. After that, she sent him the picture and a summary of what happened, in a move that people have used before to get back at pervy message senders.
His mum apologised in Spanish and English and was clearly shocked at her son's antics.
However, when contacted by Buzzfeed, Ryan had a very different verdict of what went down, and who was in the wrong. He said:
'If that was 'me' what she did was illegal. You can't share those types of 'private' pics without consent," he wrote. "I am not sure if you are aware of that.
My mom, my sister, other family members, my friends — no one cared," he wrote. "I think the fact that no one cared pushed her of [sic] the edge to try to make a big deal out of this.'
He also said he would not press charges against Kohn 'as long as she leaves me and my family alone.'
How nice of him!
It seems like this Ryan bloke can give it out, but he can't take it. Maybe next time he should think twice before he sends genitalia pics to random strangers.
All pictures: Madison Kohn