A WOMAN has turned to TikTok for help after her Bumble date failed to show up.
With millions of users, online dating can be a bit like gambling – you never really know what you’re getting into and one woman’s experience only serves as proof.
Searching for her wannabe Romeo, Sami Oliveri from Florida, USA decided to join the popular dating app Bumble.
There, after some wiping, the young woman met a guy who also seemed interested in her.
At first everything seemed to be going quite well – and they even agreed to meet in person.
A screenshot of the text exchanged between Sami and the man revealed that she suggested they meet at 1:15 p.m. to watch a film at a nearby theater.
”That’s perfect! I pick you up [blushing emoji]’ replied the wannabe Romeo.
However, just over an hour before the date the next day, things took a sharp turn when he texted Sami.
“I have bad news, I haven’t been boned and I’m waiting for the cops to show up…”
Concerned – and rightly so – the woman then asked if he was okay.
“My neck and back hurt and I think I’m confused,” he revealed, later correcting himself and saying “concussion.”
“I’m glad” he was okay, Sami wanted to see the damage the car crash had done to his vehicle – and this is where the story got weird.
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“I’m so upset I’m on the phone with my insurance company [crying emoji]’ the Bumble date said before sending a snap of the accident.
The white car appeared to be broken and Sami was embarrassed.
Perhaps a bit suspicious, she then decided to do the reverse image search, and that’s when she realized the man had used a random photo of a car accident that he found online.
”Tick Tock! I need your help! I caught him in the act. What should I do next?” Sami sought help in a clip that took the internet by storm.
She even tagged CatfishMTV to find out what really happened.
But despite her reaction, some thought she took on the situation too much.
“Do nothing because it’s really that serious… next,” one wrote.
Another was puzzled: “Why are you still giving him some energy? move on.”
Sharing suggestions, one advised: “Tell me too and send him the screenshot back. And then block him.”
“First of all, never agree to a date with a guy who posts a picture of himself tensing up,” chuckled one viewer.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5417081/bumble-date-car-crash-fake/ I was concerned when my date didn’t show up because he said he’d been in a car accident, but what happened next was more shocking