Plenty of Fish warning after woman's 'weird and creepy encounter with Karl'
A Beverley woman is warning others to be careful when online dating after claiming she was the victim of a 'sick game' by one user.
The woman, 28, who wishes to remain anonymous, says she was stood up three times by a man called Karl who then ended up posing as a woman and sending explicit messages to her friend.
The woman has now urged other users to be careful when sending photos and to use paid for sites instead.
She said: "I was using the free site Plenty of Fish and it wasn't going well.
"I was about to give up when along came Karl. I messaged him, we spent the day talking... read more
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