Pole dancer gets revenge on men sending her explicit messages

[ISOBEL FRODSHAM | Daily Mail]

‘I’ve had pictures mostly from people in their 40s, but sometimes I’ll get them from teenagers and I send them to their mums and say ‘you need to have a word with your son’.

A woman who repeatedly received unwanted sexually explicit messages and photographs on social media from men decided to expose their activities by re-posting the messages on their Facebook timelines.

Pole dancing instructor Chloe-Anne Pasquet claims she receives three or four unsolicited ‘d**k pics’ every week from men on Facebook and some even try to phone her on the messaging app.

But after becoming fed up with continuous messages, some of which refer to her as a ‘slut’, the 23-year-old forwarded the x-rated images to the partners and family members of the men.

Chloe-Anne Pasquet, 23, decided to republished the unsolicited x-rated photographs men were sending her to their Facebook pages for their families to seeThe pole dancing instructor claims she receives three or four images a week

Chloe-Anne Pasquet, 23, decided to republished the unsolicited x-rated photographs men were sending her to their Facebook pages for their families to see

Several of the messages demand she speaks to them or call her a 'slut'

She¬†claims she receives three or four unsolicited ‘d**k pics’ every week from men on Facebook

However when Chloe-Anne posted one man’s penis snap on his timeline for his own family to see, her account was blocked for three days, despite the man in question allegedly facing no punishment when she reported it.

Mother-of-two Chloe-Anne, from Kent, said: ‘I always get random men sending me pictures of their penises over Facebook and it’s this kind of behaviour that objectifies women.

‘At some point, these men have been taught that this is how women should be treated and many of my friends have experienced this too.

‘I’ll get three or four of these per week and often they’ll try to call me as well. They’ve become desensitised to their behaviour.

‘I’ve had pictures mostly from people in their 40s, but sometimes I’ll get them from teenagers and I send them to their mums and say ‘you need to have a word with your son’.

‘I think they just go around adding as many women as they possibly can and trying their luck.


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