FIFO worker, 30, shares how married men react to her on the job site
Glamorous FIFO employee, 30, shares scandalous messages she received from married men while working on the job site: ‘I need you’
- Maddy Tull, 30, is a single woman and FIFO employee in Western Australia
- In a series of TikTok videos, she reveals the messages she has received from men
- One message said ‘I need you’ and another said ‘I think I just found my wife’
- Maddy jokingly said she’s ‘not as single as married men on a mining site’
A young female FIFO worker who works in remote Western Australian mines has shared how some married men behave around her while on the job site.
Maddy Tull, 30, shared a series of now viral videos on TikTok in which she exposed the Instagram messages she often receives from the anonymous men.
“I’m single, but not quite as single as the married men on a mining site,” she wrote in a clip.
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Australian FIFO employee Maddy Tull, 30, (pictured) shared a series of now viral videos on TikTok in which she exposed the Instagram messages she often receives daily from men at work
In one clip, Maddy shared screenshots of the messages she’s gotten from several men
In one clip, Maddy shared screenshots of the messages she’s received from several men, including one that reads “I need you” and “you’re incredible.”
Another man wrote: ‘I think I can certainly help with your wet socks.’
In the comments, one man jokingly said ‘which woman?’, and Maddy responded by saying: ‘I seem to have developed dementia’.
“I think I found my wife on TikTok,” another man said in a post after watching her flirty videos.
In a separate video, Maddy recorded herself spraying down the sidewalk at work before being complimented on the job by her colleague.
She then jokingly referred to herself as a “certified snake handler,” simply for “holding a snake.”
Meanwhile, other women praised Maddy for “unmasking the dogs.”
The glamorous young worker moved to Perth in 2020 after feeling she needed “more out of life”.
She knew no one, had no idea what she would do for work and left ‘everything’ behind.
“I cried the day I got here. One word: growth,” she wrote online.
Maddy encouraged others to pursue their dreams and not let fear hold them back – especially women who wanted to take up FIFO work.
‘Follow the things that set your soul on fire, leave behind everything and everyone that stops it. Surround yourself with the supporters who just want to see you succeed,” she added.