A University student, Mark, 23, sneaked out of Sarah’s bedroom after a one-night stand in Northern Ireland. He crept out of her home unknown to her but forgot his phone containing offensive messages he had sent to his friend about her. She then got revenge by posting on his Facebook page, which had been left open on the phone, leaving a message for all his friends to see that quickly went viral.
The post was shared more than 1,400 times but Mark has since changed his story and said the entire incident was a prank carried out by his friends.
Sarah wrote on his Facebook page ‘Hi Mark, it’s Sarah from last night. Bet you thought you were clever sneaking out of my house this morning before I got up but you left your phone in my room.
‘Looked through your messages to try and find someone to get your phone back to only to see you call me a ‘fat s***’ a ‘tramp’ and a ‘box of s***’.
‘If you want your phone back come back to my house and get it. Love from the ‘big girl’ that certainly made a wee man out of you last night.’
Mark, in a statement to Daily Mail Online, said: ‘I had originally sneaked away in the morning just because I wanted to avoid any awkwardness, which is quite ironic now.
‘It was very embarrassing having to go back to hers to get my phone but there was nothing really to say. I apologised to her for what I had said in the text messages but she didn’t really reply.
‘I don’t think she forgave me for it to be honest. I was only having a laugh with my friend in those messages because I was drunk – I didn’t actually mean those things I said.
‘People obviously think it’s hilarious but it doesn’t really bother me. It is what it is.’
Mark claims he was out with friends drinking and had too much to drink and doesn’t remember much.
He said, ‘The moment of realisation was not nice and obviously it got worse when I saw the message she had left on Facebook.
‘I don’t even remember sending those messages to my friend to be honest. I do feel bad for her obviously.
‘I eventually plucked up the courage to call her but it must have been on vibrate as she didn’t answer the first few times.
‘When she did, all she said was ‘your phone is here, come and get it’. So yeah, I could tell she was clearly not happy with me.
‘I’ve had a lot of stick from all my friends and clearly it’s taking off on social media and so on but I’m just keeping my head down trying to ignore it.
‘I’ll meet up with the boys later to talk to them face to face and tell them the crack. But I’ll be steering clear of Facebook for a bit.’
Mark later claimed it on Facebook that, it was a prank played by three of his female friends. He said: ‘Sorry to disappoint folks, this was just a very well played frape! The main culprits being and Rachel Fullen, Niamh Greene and Hannah Dunn. So a big shout out them!’
Good for him! Good for her!