View Full Version : Scorned Women.......can be Evil sometimes.

27th Jun 2001, 05:11
Beau Blushing As Scorned Girl Vents Fury on Net Updated: Tue, Jun 26 9:18 AM EDT

LONDON (Reuters) - A British woman has published photographs of her boyfriend wearing skimpy panties and a bra on the Internet to avenge his cheating ways.

The 22-year-old, who identified herself only as "The Pimptress," said boyfriend "Tom" had asked her never to show the snaps of him in various poses wearing her shiny red underwear.

"Guess he shouldn't have cheated with my best m8," she wrote, using for the word "mate" the abbreviated text message
language popular for communicating by mobile phone.

The picture gallery of 20 snaps includes shots of "Tom" trying to squeeze on a pair of girl's cowboy boots and putting on

By early Tuesday the Web site, www.uboot.com/u/pimptress, (http://www.uboot.com/u/pimptress,) had received nearly 6,500 hits, or visits by Internet readers. After it was featured in the best-selling daily tabloid The Sun, that number was rising fast.

27th Jun 2001, 10:22
Seems it was all a hoax. A good one mind you, but still a hoax.
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" size="2">Bloke in knickers and bra hoax fools The Sun
By Tim Richardson
Posted: 26/06/2001 at 16:26 GMT

A London-based dotcom has admitted it was behind a hoax involving a revenge-seeking woman and a stack of pictures of her cheating boyfriend in red knickers and bra.

UCP UK, which owns the text and photo messaging service uboot, concocted the idea of a cheated lover who took revenge on her ex by putting photos of him in girls' underwear on her personal uboot home page.

The Sun splashed the story on page 3 next to Nikkala, 19 from Middlesex, who was wearing little more than a G-string and a smile.

"WWW.RAT - girl puts pics on Net of ex wearing her red lacy undies after he cheats with her pal," screamed the tabloid.

However, its rival, The Mirror, and the more up-market Telegraph were a little more sceptical about the revengeful actions of the 22-year-old blonde who called herself "The Pimptress".

In a statement issued this afternoon, uboot, the outfit behind the hoax, coughed up to the scam intended promote uboot's new photo messaging community called "cheeez".

"It was a bit of a surprise to find that Pimptress got so much interest - we've had over 100,000 hits to the site today," said Edward Orr, MD of UCP.

"We're sorry if we've misled anyone but I hope everyone can see from this the fun that can be had with uboot and cheeez," he said.

Ho, ho, ho - how we laughed.

However, if Orr thinks the revenge of a cheated woman is nasty, just wait until he feels the wrath of one very pissed off tabloid.

By the way, anyone notice any similarities with the cheatingscum.com hoax that fooled certain members of the press earlier this year? </font>

27th Jun 2001, 22:53
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" size="2">"It was a bit of a surprise to find that Pimptress got so much interest - we've had over 100,000 hits to the site today," said Edward Orr, MD of UCP. </font>

PPRuNe currently has over 300,000 hits per day!

Squawk 8888
29th Jun 2001, 05:38
Okay, time to score one for our team- check out the Psycho Ex-Girlfriend Page (http://www.psychoexgirlfriend.com)

Per dementia ad astra

30th Jun 2001, 00:05
I suppose you all heard about the dumped girlfriend who had a key to her boyfriends house and called the speaking clock and left it running for a week or so!
thats the story anyway!

old cross dresser
30th Jun 2001, 10:22
nothing wrong with a man wearing skimpy red womans underwear i say!

30th Jun 2001, 12:48
If you think thats bad I once approached my ex girlfriend's new bloke while drunk at the local pub and said "next time you kiss her just remember her mouth has been around my ____".