Facebook Wind Up

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  1. A Manchester United fan who drove 400 miles for an amorous rendevous with a woman he wooed on Facebook discovered he'd been well and truly stitched up by a couple of Liverpudlian pranksters.

    Stuart Slann, 39, met the pair on a holiday in Cancun, Mexico, last November. According to the Telegraph, the three soon started giving it some gob about their rival football teams, and Slann was subsequently thrown into the swimming pool by the Liverpool fans.

    Back in Blighty, the two decided to further humiliate their victim, and set up a Facebook page under the name of "Emma" - a Scottish temptress who began to flirt with the unsuspecting Slann. After a month of preliminaries, Emma arranged a face-to-face with her beau in Aberdeen, and he duly drove from Sheffield to the remote farm where he expected to have his evil way with his online girlfriend.

    Slann explained: "I'd been chatting to this girl on Facebook for about a month or so. I really thought she was genuine, and I had no reason to doubt it. On the night she asked me to Scotland I was on the road for about nine hours. And then when I got to this remote farm she sent me a text to say she was still in work.

    "That's what made it worse, not only had I driven for nine hours, but I had to wait for about another three and a half hours for her to finish work."

    Finally, one of the Liverpudlians rang to tell Slann the terrible truth. The recorded conversation last week escaped into the wild, and has since popped up on YouTube.

    Slann said: "There's no doubt that I've been done good and proper by the lads from Liverpool. It was cruel but I'll hold my hands up and say they really wound me up."

    He concluded: "If they had asked to drive to Manchester, Leeds or even Liverpool it wouldn't have been so bad and maybe I'd have seen the funny side. But to drag me all the way to Aberdeen was just cruel."

    Slann's wife Louise, 32, discovered the "affair" last week when the whole sorry tale went public. The Slann's marriage "is now over", the Telegraph notes.

    From here

    There's a video with the telephone conversation linked on the site. What a pair of barstewards! Not sure if it's genius though..
  2. muppet. Quality windup, if not a bit extreme.
  3. Brilliant!!

    (checks PMs)
  4. had this sent to me via email last week, quality.
  5. Amazing! Serves him right for aupporting Mank United!
  6. Rule number 1 in online cheating is making sure the "lady" your chatting up over the internet is really a lady this bloke didn't even get a phone number. Schoolboy error and deserved his humiliation
  7. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    I suppose he only has himself to blame, but having listened to the revolting Scouse vermin on the linky above I ended up feeling sorry for the man.

    Whata pair of sh!ts.
  8. So if it had been cockney vermin, or Jock vermin or Welsh vermin or Geordie vermin etc it would have been okay. You have issues mate and need to sort them out. Visit us sometime, you might even enjoy it.
  9. The scouse lads concerned also broke his ankle on holiday by throwing him in the pool (at the shallow end!!) for refusing to sing liverpool songs....funny as fcuk. :lol:
  10. BuggerAll

    BuggerAll LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    I've been... I didn't enjoy it. Some one tried to steal my car.
  11. Thank fcuk they didn't, we can do without boring cnuts like you hanging around.
  12. Instant arrsehole just add keyboard
  13. He did. They got someone's girlfriend to talk to him pretending to be 'Emma'
  14. I got my hopes up then, I thought the thread title meant that Facebook was being closed down for financial reasons!