Nearly five months had passed since the brown-eyed twenty-something and his girlfriend of three years had split up, and he was feeling the curiosity rebuilding in his love life again. Ernie opted for a more casual and less intimidating approach than going to bars: an online dating community. One night after work, he downloaded the Plenty of Fish POF phone app and carefully filled in his dating profile. In the short amount of time it took him to create, he had already begun to see the potential in online dating, where romantically charged conversations and sexually persuasive motives abound. To Ernie, it almost sounded too good to be true. Unfortunately for Ernie, he learned the hard way about the embarrassing caveat. From here, he quickly became a victim of blackmail.
Mum-of-three Sarah Davies, 29, shared the private naked pics in a rage after discovering ex-boyfriend Luke Aquilina was looking for love three days after they broke up. She uploaded two naked photos of him in the bath alongside a series of captions - including: "Rule number one. And as she was arrested, the mum told police: "I didn't know it was so serious. I just wanted revenge. But as Davies became "controlling and obsessive", Mr Aquilina ended the relationship in June this year. Just three days later, Davies spotted Mr Aquilina's profile on the dating app Plenty of Fish - immediately seeing red.
Plenty of Fish - as chances are you already know - is an out-and-out treasure trove of young, cool, attractive girls who want to meet cool, sexy guys and Thing is, it's a free dating site, which means it's open to the masses And the ones who stick around?
Photo by Joseph Gruenthal on Unsplash. Next time you notice your profile is down a photo or two, take a look at the following list of reasons why it may have been removed. Trust me. Nobody wants to get catfished lured into a relationship by someone who has a fake profile, images, avatar.