A bartender taught a bloke a lesson after he sent her an unsolicited picture of his “small, disgusting” penis – by sending the snap to his mum.
Shannai Brooks-Jackson said the conversation had started out innocently enough.
The 24-year-old, from Kentucky, had received a message saying “how are you?”
She chatted with the stranger about her job as a bartender and he called her “pretty as f***”.
Shannai accepted the compliment but the conversation soon went into the gutter.
She “threw her phone down” in disgust when the stranger sent her an unsolicited picture of his penis out of the “clear blue sky”.
Shannai, who lives in Lexington, said: "It was so small and disgusting. It's now my new go to to tell their mums on them.
"When he sent the picture, I threw my phone. I saw it, threw it down and said, 'no, no, no'. It was the final straw for me. It was awful.
"I didn't know him. He had messaged me. I responded to his messages saying 'how are you'. I looked back and there was a penis on my phone.
"I don't even really like penises that much in person. When I look at a penis I think there's nothing attractive about it.
"I literally said, 'what the f***'. It's so gross.”
After blocking the bloke, Shannai decided to get revenge on him by sending the image to his mum.
She wrote: “I just wanted you to know your son thinks it’s okay to send women pictures of his penis for literally no reason at all.
“You seem like a wonderful lady so I know you didn’t raise him to do things like that.
“I think you should remind him to treat women with the same respect he would want you to be treated with.”
The mum initially thought her son’s account had been “hacked”, but later learned the truth and apologised to Shannai.
Shannai said: "When I messaged his mum she was like, 'he's been hacked', but he was talking to me before and is in the picture
"She finally was like, 'I will handle this'. At first she denied it but then she said she wasn't trying to raise him like that. I think he's in his 20s. He's not 16 anymore. He needs to grow up."
To hammer her point home even more, the bartender shared screenshots of the exchanges online.
She added: "It's 2020. Everything is already going horribly. Don't make me get your mom on you."
The post of the exchange online received more than 2,400 likes, share and comments from friends and supporters.
Shannai said: "When I made the post (the mum) was upset because she thought it made her look bad. There's no one saying that though.
"I know I'm not perfect either, but I'm not sending pictures of my vagina into the world. No one wants to deal with that.
"It's crazy [that men send pictures of their penises online]. It's so awful the posts that came out people receive. It's disturbing. This is creepy to me.
"There's going to be somebody out there who wants to see it. Don't give it away for free.
"Get an Only Fans account or something. Somebody wants to pay to see it. Get money to show off your junk."
When contacted for comment, the bloke’s mum said: "I feel this has gotten way out of hand. The truth is that my son didn't intend to send this young lady [pictures] of his genital parts.
"I am so embarrassed but we all get peen pics. I feel this young lady open[ed] wounds and my son’s actions triggered [them].
"Of course, I don't condone my son acting like a creep. I feel her actions were trolling.
"Everyone has things to heal, but putting him on blast isn't solving anything.
"Also, she put my page and pic on the post. I am a very private person, so I am not OK with any of this.
"All she needed to do was contact me and express how she feels. This is cyber bullying.
"Two wrongs do not make anything right. All women get sent [penis] pics, but thank goodness for the good old delete and block feature.
"Also, people from her camp started trolling my page. My page is about my spiritual journey and growth. So, I do not want this cr*p on my page.
"He has learned his lesson. He has nothing else to say about this. He is sorry if he hurt anyone."
The man was also contacted for comment but failed to respond.
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