Australian tourist places an innocent message asking him for company during his vacation in Bali – and then being bombarded with coarse answers from dozens of & # 39; disgusting & # 39; men
- Jess Naskopoulous, from Melbourne, shared a post on the group & # 39; Bali Bogans & # 39;
- The woman said she was traveling alone in Bali and was looking for company
- She was quickly bombarded with suggestive comments from strange men
Jess Naskopoulous, from Melbourne, uploaded a photo of herself on Thursday and said she was looking to connect with other travelers
An Australian woman looking for a company on Facebook during a vacation in Bali was forced to leave her post after being bombarded with gross messages.
Jess Naskopoulous, from Melbourne, has a photo of himself in the group & # 39; Bali Bogans & # 39; uploaded, in which she said she was looking to make contact with other travelers.
& # 39; I am alone in Bali for a few days, so if someone else is traveling alone and wants a company (drinking buddy lol), let me know!, & # 39; she wrote.
& # 39; I'm staying in Canggu right now, but no other plans until Monday, & # 39; she said, sharing a picture of herself on Gili Trawangan.
But the innocent request from Naskopoulous took an ugly turn after the message was flooded with suggestive comments from men, too vulgar to publish.
The innocent request of Naskopoulous took an ugly turn after the message was flooded with suggestive comments from men
Multiple male users have tagged their friends while making suggestive comments
One of the comments was a GIF from an ongoing Forrest Gump that said: & # 39; On my way & # 39;
A man tagged two of his male friends while commenting, & # 39; grab your bags & # 39 ;.
A friend then followed the comment and wrote: & # 39; Give Scott a message. Good guy, better company. & # 39;
& # 39; Nah, (sic) would hang around nervously with her, & # 39; the friend replied.
A man also tagged his friends and said, "Certainly (the boys) can this young lady have a good time in town?"
Another user responded with a GIF from a running Forrest Gump with the text & # 39; en route & # 39 ;.
Mrs. Naskopoulos had to delete the message after receiving the messages
The comments were received with criticism from other women who beat the men for advancing so much and urged Naskopoulous to be safe.
& # 39; Beware, many crazy people in the world, & # 39; a woman said.
Mrs. Naskopoulous replied that she intended to meet female friends through her mail.
& # 39; Some of you are mean, she is clearly looking for someone to deal with. She clearly wants to feel safe, & another woman said.
Mrs. Naskopoulous said she was looking for a girl to go with but added: & clearly these people are disgusting … & # 39;
The message has since been deleted.
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