MANY of us have probably received a dodgy Facebook message at some point and deleted it without a thought.
But one British woman decided to play an online scammer at his own game, after he begged her for cash and promised her “sex all nite” in return.
Rather than simply ignoring her chat request from Anil Khullar, who claimed to hail from West Bengal, India, she humoured him for a bit.
In response to his message, which asked her if she wanted to “chat to Indian man honny”, she wrote back: “What an enormous coincidence Anal.
“I was just thinking that I would love to be in contact with an Indian Man Honny.”
She went on to tell him she was “very, very elderly” and from Britain.
He requested she stopped calling him “Anal”, as “Anal is from anus”, to which the woman replied: “What?? I thought you said you were from India?”
Asked if she was a “whote woman” (as he “loves them”), she explained: “I am very very whote. I pride myself on my whoteness.”
She went on to explain that she was indeed “singel” as her husband had left her “for the tramp that lives in the skip behind Oxfam”.
Thankfully Anil was there to offer some comfort, in the form of “love and sex all nite”.
When the woman pointed out the distance between them might be an issue, randy Anil suggested she fork out $500 for a plane ticket to Britain via a Western Union transfer, and he’d be there the following week.
She admitted it sounded “very tempting”, but this clearly wasn’t enough for Anil, who upped his game with some filthy talk and asked for “bobs pics”.
It was then our girl really stepped up to the plate, demanding her wannabe lover take on a new name of “Anal from Anus” and wrote a “hot sexy sentence” from the code words she supplied for “sex, man bits, lady bits and bosom”.
What resulted was “phenomenal” – but the woman had one more task for her new pen pal.
She demanded that he copied and pasted the following paragraph and posted it as his public Facebook status to prove his love for her: “I am Anal from Anus. I am a very naughty boy who needs to be scolded for my filthy behaviour.”
Despite his protestations, Anil duly agreed – and our lass took a screenshot to celebrate his public shame.
Promising she’d rev up her mobility scooter and head straight on over to the Western Union shop, Anil waited patiently – becoming anxious when she went “quite” (quiet).
Eventually she exposed him – via a cuddly bear and an action figure at a toy cash machine.
She ordered him to stop trying to scam people, calling him a “filthy parasite” and a “vulgar little d***-sock”.
Furious, Anil informed her he was off to “f*** his hot woman” – to which the woman warned him not to puncture his blow-up girlfriend. Ouch.
The incredible exchange was posted on Bored Panda.
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