Woman catches out lying Bumble date after Google discovery

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A woman has revealed she caught her Bumble match lying to get out of their date just an hour before they were due to meet.

The jilted woman, Sami Oliveri, from Tampa in the US state of Florida, posted a video on her TikTok explaining she had planned to meet a man she had been chatting to on Bumble.

However, almost an hour before the date, he told her he got into a car accident.

She shared their text message exchange, showing they had planned to go to the movies and he offered to pick her up.

Sami Oliveri said her Bumble match lied to. get out of their date. Source: TikTok
Sami Oliveri said her Bumble match lied to get out of their date. Source: TikTok

But not long before meeting up, he sent her a message saying he had some bad news.

"I got T-boned and waiting for the cops to show up..." he said.

She replied asking if he was OK, before he said his neck and back hurt and he had a suspected concussion.

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Sami then asked to see the damage to the car, to which he sent a photo of a smashed up white sedan.

"I'm so upset and I'm on the phone with my insurance," he said.

"Oh my that looks sooooo badddddd," she responded.

Sami shares her text message exchange with her Bumble date. Source: TikTok
Sami shares her text message exchange with her Bumble date. Source: TikTok

The woman then revealed she Googled the photo, and discovered he took it from a news report about a car accident in Santa Clara that left three people injured.

She then called on TikTokers to share advice on what she should do now she had caught him out in the lie.

People were outraged by the situation, urging her to not pursue him.

Sami discovered the photo of the car he sent was from another car accident. Source: TikTok
Sami discovered the photo of the car he sent was from another car accident. Source: TikTok

"If he is lying about this imagine what else he will lie about," one said.

"What do you do now?? Walk, skip, jog, sprint, RUN the other way! If he can lie like that in beginning, it will get worse!" another commented.

"Block him and leave him alone. he’s clearly not into you, and he’s a liar. You saved yourself a headache."

Man’s ‘cringey’ Tinder dating questionnaire

The latest dating horror story comes after a woman shared a man's cringey list of questions after matching with him on Tinder.

Elizabeth, who was sent the extensive application form to see if she was worth pursuing, shared a video of the questions with her followers on TikTok, saying, “A guy on Tinder sent me [a] literal dating application.”

A woman shared a 'cringey' survey that was sent to her by a man she matched with on Tinder. Source: TikTok
A woman shared a 'cringey' survey that was sent to her by a man she matched with on Tinder. Source: TikTok

The questions included basic queries about her job and appearance but also had more left of field questions such as, “What’s your favourite Justin Bieber song and why isn’t it Sorry?” and, “Any special skills?”.

There were also others such as “What is the blockchain,” and “Do you have a dog?”, with one possible multiple-choice answer to the latter being, “No, but I have access to my friends’ dogs.”

TikTok users urged Elizabeth to run, saying this was a red flag.

“I’ve seen these be cute/funny before and this was absolutely not that,” one chimed in.

“People who send out survey links like this are deranged,” another added.

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