Woman covering her & # 39; inconspicuous & # 39; selling a swimsuit on eBay is furious after the male buyer asked her to WEAR it before she placed it
- Romanesque novelist Lucy Taylor, 37, from Lincoln had tidy up clothes
- She decided to sell her Nike swimsuit and a male buyer showed interest
- Buyer from the Netherlands asked her to wear it after buying for £ 10.50
- Lucy said she was offended and & # 39; crawled out & # 39; but she sent the item anyway
A woman who sold her black Nike swimwear on eBay was & # 39; creepy & # 39; when the male buyer asked her to wear it before she placed it.
Romanesque novelist Lucy Taylor, 37, from Lincoln, had a huge cleanup when she presented her & # 39; inconspicuous & # 39; encountered six-month-old swimsuits.
Along with about 30 other items such as shorts, linen pants and vintage dresses, Lucy floated her clothing on eBay, where sellers sell to the highest bidder.
Romanesque novelist Lucy Taylor, 37, from Lincoln, had a huge cleanup when she presented her & # 39; inconspicuous & # 39; encountered six-month-old swimsuits and decided to sell
From 99 p, Lucy's swimming suit was sold on Saturday for £ 10.50 to a man in the Netherlands.
Half an hour after the sale, Lucy received a message from the buyer on eBay – asking her to wear the swimwear.
In the email it said: & # 39; Hello :] I have a question, can you wear the bathing suit before sending it? Kind regards & # 39 ;.
Offended and & # 39; torn away & # 39 ;, Lucy still sent the item – but not before transferring her first disgust by uploading a screenshot of the email to Facebook.
From 99 p Lucy & # 39; s swimsuit sold Saturday for £ 10.50 to a man in the Netherlands who then sent her a message asking if she would wear the suit before she
Her message was: & # 39; I have sold many things on eBay to earn back the money I spent. I have no words for the message I just received. No. Nothing. I am not often speechless. And no, just no. & # 39;
However, users found the whole affair hilarious, with one writing: & # 39; Wow. If you have a dog or cat, put it on it. The pervert will not know the difference. & # 39;
A third admitted: & # 39; I had a pretty grim day until I read all of this ****. It made me laugh – a lot. Thank you for turning over my day …. & # 39;
And a fourth said: & # 39; **** what ****** ** filthy, I am small and would say that I would shout for an extra 500 for you ** smh some people & # 39 ;.
Lucy said that – a few days later – she came to see the funny side of the exchange, but added that the assumption that she & # 39; that kind of girl & # 39; was & # 39; repellent & # 39; used to be
Lucy said that – a few days later – she came to see the funny side of the exchange. She explained: & # 39; The funny thing is that I thought it was an unobtrusive swimsuit and I didn't have an eBay profile picture.
& # 39; I had a big cleanup because I buy so many vintage clothes when I thought I'd put them all on eBay.
& # 39; The suit was put on for 99 p and then it went to £ 10.50. A man in the Netherlands has bought it.
Along with about 30 other items such as shorts, linen pants and vintage dresses, Lucy floated her clothing on eBay, where sellers sell to the highest bidder. She said her suit & # 39; unobtrusive & # 39; used to be
& # 39; I didn't expect to get a message from him – on eBay – asking me to wear the swimsuit before I sent it to him.
& # 39; I never responded to him, I never wore the swimsuit or took a photo, and I sent the suit as promised. & # 39;
Lucy said & # 39; it wasn't hard & # 39; to deduce why someone would first want to see her wear the suit.
She added: “I couldn't believe anyone could do things like that on eBay – I thought the website was safe for perverts.
& # 39; There are websites where people can do that, and I am open to other people to do things like that if they want to.
& # 39; But I am not like & # 39; n girl. The assumption was repulsive. & # 39;
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