A mother was hurt after accidentally sending photos of her sun-burnt bottom to carpet fitters when requesting a quote.
Danielle Cain, 31, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, initially shared the cheeky photo with her new beau via Facebook messenger.
But soon after she reached Send, she realized that she had sent the image to the Carpets At Home rug store after asking about their prices.
& # 39; When I was asked to send a photo of my halls, stairs and landing, I also clicked on it. I immediately realized that I sent that photo when they all appeared on my screen. & # 39;
Danielle Cain, 31, from Wigan, Greater Manchester, initially shared the cheeky photo with her new beau via Facebook messenger. But she was hurt after she accidentally sent the spicy image to a carpet fitting company and requested a quote from them
& # 39; I looked and reported them & # 39; oh my god, it was not my intention to send that I am sorry, I have burned my wanderer on a tanning bed & # 39 ;.
& # 39; What makes it even worse is that the photos I submitted have gone down my stairs and landed before I decorated them and it looks so filthy on the photos.
& # 39; It is now everywhere on the internet and everyone will think "what a gas washer". I don't know if I could use the company now because they have all seen my wanderer, & she added.
She quickly followed her X-rated error with a lot of apologetic messages to the company page, which the social media manager assured her she would remove.
Mrs. Cain, who lives with her children, son Ellis Major, 12, and Alfie Major, eight, explained that she had been on tanning beds that tanned her back when she had set them on fire and told her partner about the scorch that subsequently asked to send photos.
She said: & # 39; I lay down on the sunbeds for two days, two days before I sent that photo to them.
& # 39; I go with them regularly, but I usually cover my ass, I had a square on my ass where I had covered it, I wanted to get rid of it and I continued with nothing on it.
& # 39; I realized that I had burned my rear when I later tried to take a bath and it stung, & # 39; she said, adding that she had to use her son's eczema cream to calm the fire.
She took to Facebook to post to shared hilarious blunder that has since been viral with 4,400 responses and 1,900 shares.
In her post, she warned: "I sent a company a message for a price for a carpet on my stairs and landing, he asked me to send pictures." I am absolutely hurt. Make sure you check what you click (sic). & # 39;
She took to Facebook to post to shared hilarious blunder that has since been viral with 4,400 responses and 1,900 shares and alerted others to make sure they control what they click
After accidentally sending the picture with pictures of her corridor and stairs, Mrs. Cain quickly followed her X-rated error with a stream of apologetic messages to the company page
Mrs. Cain wrote in the exchange with the carpet fitters: & Hiya the stairs and landing for £ 99 has that underlay and handles? XX & # 39;
Ashley from Carpets At Home replied: & # 39; Hello Danielle, our from £ 99 is based on a small staircase and lands in our budget carpet, including the fitting, but without underlay and grab. If you could send a photo of your stairs and landing, we can give you an idea of the price for the required size. Thank you, Ashley & # 39 ;.
It was when the mother of two realized that she had sent the embarasing image, to which she replied: & # 39; Omg, omg omg wtf I'm so sorry I didn't mean click on that last photo Iv burned me a dick on the sunbed ffs i'm so sorry. I'm dying. (Sic) & # 39;
Fortunately for Mrs. Cain, the company's social media manager assured her that she would get rid of the images so her male colleagues would not see
Despite receiving the unexpected photo, the social media manager of Carpets At Home, Ashley, kept the exchange professional and assured Mrs. Cain (photo) that it was no problem and that she would hide it from her male colleague & # 39; s
Although the company received the unexpected photo, Ashley, the social media manager of Carpets At Home, responded professionally and assured her it wasn't a problem.
Ashley wrote: & # 39; Don't worry. Fortunately I'm a girl, so I can make sure the boys don't see the photos. Based on the photo for our budget carpet, including underlay and assembly, this would be from £ 160 including grab or without underlay around £ 125. & # 39;
Danie wrote: & # 39; Thank goodness for that !!!! Hahahaha I'm absolutely hurt. That's great, would you recommend Underlay? XX & # 39;
As soon as she realized she was making the mistake, Mrs. Cain (center, with sons Alfie, right and Ellis) said: "I burst out laughing and then ran into my oldest son's room and called Ellis" Ellis help me ", he just thought it was funny & # 39;
Carpets At Home replied: & # 39; Oh don't worry. Underlay gives you a better feeling under the carpet and ensures that the carpet lasts longer. & # 39;
Ashley, the social media manager at Carpets at Home, said: & it gave me a good laugh it really did.
& # 39; It is funny some things that you see in the floor trade. It doesn't happen all the time, but if it does it rips me. & # 39;
As soon as she realized she was making the mistake, Mrs. Cain said: & I burst out laughing and then ran into my oldest son Ellis's room and shouted "Ellis help me", he just thought it was funny & # 39;
She added, "I then called the boy to whom I had sent the photo and told him" it's your fault. "He just laughed and said & hopefully you'll get a discount & # 39 ;. & # 39;
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