An idiot planned a mugging and accidentally told his intended victim
There’s an inherent risk in buying things online because your card details can be stolen by hackers, but there’s an even bigger risk if you plan to meet someone and exchange goods for money, because they may duff you up and take your stuff. This second unfortunate scenario is what was on the cards for someone trying to sell a golf club.
It was quite promising to begin with.
Unfortunately, it took a surprisingly dark turn.
Less surprisingly, Gregor didn’t complete that particular transaction.
The post ended up with over 47k retweets and a few hundred comments, such as:
Phew, bet you're glad you're not the other bloke he was talking to his mate about…! 😉
— Barrington 'Hey' Aqualung (@fuelled_by_pies) March 31, 2017
He wanted to voluntarily meet a man with a golf club and try to steal it? Clever. Why don't you rob a shooting range while you're at it?!
— James Fallon (@JamesFallon4) March 31, 2017
Palaeontology writer, Dr Shaena Montanari simply got homesick.
I miss Scotland already!
— Shaena Montanari (@DrShaena) March 31, 2017
One line particularly amused a lot of people.
"But it's not about you." 😂😂😂
— Mega (@meghakerr) April 1, 2017
He must think everyone is as stupid as he is.