My driving instructor said some VERY inappropriate things to me – but when he asked me out I decided enough was enough

LEARNING TO DRIVE can be a very stressful experience.

But for Rachel McKinley, the process got even more difficult when her driving instructor kept saying inappropriate things to her.

Rachel McKinley took to TikTok to reveal the inappropriate things her driving instructor allegedly said to her

5

Rachel McKinley took to TikTok to reveal the inappropriate things her driving instructor allegedly said to herPhoto credit: TikTok / @rachmckinley
In one of the salacious messages he referred to a "quickly" after Rachel asked for a quick driving lesson

5

In one of the salacious messages, he referred to a “quickie” after Rachel asked for a quick driving lessonPhoto credit: TikTok / @rachmckinley
While writing this to her after apparently asking her, which she declined

5

While writing this to her after apparently asking her, which she declinedPhoto credit: TikTok / @rachmckinley

Rachel took to TikTok to share a video detailing the alleged messages she received from the instructor, including one in which he called her “foxy.”

“Things my driving instructor said to me,” she captioned the video.

“Hi Foxy,” was one text, while another was seen asking her to “entertain me.”

He also made a salacious reference to Rachel “taking a quickie” after asking for a quick lesson, asking them to “cheer each other up” when they were both feeling down.

In another message, the man asked Rachel if she had responded to a “booty call” from a friend, while he then yelled, “Did I say something wrong?” as she fell silent.

After a night out with friends, he texted her: “Haha, fair play to you! did you guys have a good time

“Then I missed my chance for my drink.”

He also said she “owed” him a drink, although he later insisted he was “joking” before suggesting she buy him something for his upcoming birthday.

“The last one was after he asked me out and I said no,” Rachel captioned her video, which ended with the message, “So it’s £70 for today and £70 for your test day.

“I feel like I made a fool of myself asking you earlier.”

While the majority of people insisted Rachel did the right thing to stop the instructor’s advances, others accused her of “leading” him — especially since she smudged her own messages and replies to him.

Rachel then returned to TikTok to show her side of the conversation, captioning it: “Didn’t take it further. Rather tries not to make the situations uncomfortable.

“I had very little time until my test and all the other instructors I messaged were unavailable.”

“The men in these comments will literally blame EVERYTHING but the driving instructor,” one person commented on the latest video.

“I do not know if I should laugh or cry.”

“All the guys in these comments who come up with excuses like ‘you should have told him to stop’ or ‘you let it slide’ when she ignores him and he double texts her are generally part of the problem,” pointed out another.

“It’s obvious she’s not interested and he’s moving on like her.”

Rachel also claimed in response to another comment on the video that the instructor also had a “wife and kids.”

In another message, he called her "foxy"

5

In another message, he called her “foxy”Photo credit: TikTok / @rachmckinley
And he made numerous references to wanting to go out for drinks with her

5

And he made numerous references to wanting to go out for drinks with herPhoto credit: TikTok / @rachmckinley

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5595175/driving-instructor-inappropriate-things-asked-student-out/ My driving instructor said some VERY inappropriate things to me – but when he asked me out I decided enough was enough

Jessica MacLeish

InternetCloning is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@internetcloning.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button