A Twitter user who goes by the handle @bvdhai recalled the achingly awkward moment he showed up to a Tinder date in Union Square, New York.
Only to realise he hadn’t been the only guy called.
Dozens of men showed up for the Tinder date on Sunday, only to learn that the woman who had invited them wanted them to 'Hunger Games' their way to her heart.
It's like the bachelor in reverse.
The woman, who goes by the name Natasha Aponte, describes herself as an actor, singer and model on her social media pages.
@bvdhai says he met a ‘nice young lady’ on the dating app, and after making small talk for an hour, she told him that she had a huge presentation to do in the next two weeks, but that she’d text him after.
The Twitter user recalled that after some back and forth, she invited him to a gig her DJ friend was performing at.Thinking he was getting a gentle ghosting, the man thought nothing of it.
Until two weeks later, like clockwork, Natasha messaged him.
Then yesterday I get a text "HEY IM FINALLY FREE LMAO... my friend is DJing near Union square around 6 tomorrow I w… https://t.co/xlz45LSzB4
The gist of it was she wanted to do Live Tinder. Folks were pretty mad.
And she started calling the different characteristics she doesn’t like. ‘If you’re Puerto Rican and support Trump, leave!’ ‘If you have a long beard, leave.’ Then she did a competition.
The majority of the group, like 95 percent, were like aaahhh, watching as the f–king idiots fell in line to her demands to do pushups and run … She did a live swipe line, right and left. I left at that point.
A photo of Natasha at a pre-arty for the MTV Video Music Awards was sent to the publication anonymously, but MTV said the network had ‘nothing to do with the scam’.