Getrouwde man bombardeerde de 23-jarige vrouw met 10 oproepen en 40 sms'en na een ontmoeting in een bar in Sydney

Getrouwde man bombardeerde de 23-jarige vrouw met 10 oproepen en 40 sms'en na een ontmoeting in een bar in Sydney

januari 20, 2020 0 Door admin

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A young woman was bombarded with ten calls and more than 40 text messages from a married man after she gave him her phone number after meeting in a bar.

Jessica*, 23, was out with friends in Sydney on June 19 when they decided to move on to the Wynyard Hotel in the CBD about 10pm.

As soon as she stepped inside the venue she felt she was being watched by someone in the bar.

She got herself a drink and settled into one of the tables against the wall when both she and her friend were approached by a pair of men.

‘I could feel him watching me as soon as I walked in, and he came over and struck up a conversation almost immediately,’ the 23-year-old told Daily Mail Australia.

Jessica*, 23, was out with friends in Sydney on June 19 when they decided to move on to the Wynyard Hotel in the CBD about 10pm (stock image)

A young woman was bombarded with ten calls and more than 40 text messages from a married man after she gave him her phone number after meeting in a bar (a message Jessica received)

The pair flirted and Jessica was instantly drawn to his charm and Irish accent, and wasn’t deterred when he told her he was 38.

So when he asked for her phone number, she thought there was no harm in handing it over.

But once she had, he revealed he was married.

‘There was no wedding ring and he approached me, so I didn’t really have any reason to find him suspicious,’ Jessica said.

‘I thought it was funny he failed to mention that he had a wife waiting at home until after I handed over my phone number.’ 

Jessica immediately thanked him for being nice, but told the 38-year-old she would rather not be involved with a married man and made her way home.

‘He kept telling me I was beautiful and that he felt drawn to me, and while it was flattering there was no way I would ever be involved with someone being unfaithful,’ she said.

While she thought she had gotten away from a sticky situation, the complications had only just began.

She awoke the following morning to ten missed phone calls and more than 40 messages from the man.

When he asked for Jessica’s phone number, she thought there was no harm in handing it over (some of the messages she received, including photos)

She awoke the following morning to ten missed phone calls and more than 40 messages from the man

‘You’re incredibly sexy! Fair play for standing your ground. I would have enjoyed your company all night,’ the first message read at 11.30pm.

The messages continued well into the morning, with some including links to popular songs such as Childish Gambino’s ‘This is America’ and even a selfie.

In another message, the 38-year-old confessed he ‘was not happy’ in his marriage.

He continued to send messages until 2.23am, with one of them reading: ‘Hey Jessica… I understand if you block me or decide never to text me back. I’m clearly mad as a box of badgers.’

‘When I woke up the next morning to the barrage of text messages I instantly felt sick,’ Jessica said.

The 38-year-old messaged again about 2.30pm apologising for his behaviour the night before but she chose to ignore.

The messages continued well into the morning, with some including links to popular songs such as Childish Gambino’s ‘This is America’ and even a selfie (pictured)

In another message, the 38-year-old confessed he ‘was not happy’ in his marriage

But he remained persistent, messaging once again later that night and again on Friday.

Jessica became so fed up when he asked if she wasn’t interested that she replied with a blunt: ‘Still married?’

After an hour he then confessed that he wasn’t only married, but had ‘two little children’.

Jessica chose once again to ignore but the married father messaged all until 5am.

‘Take it easy Jessica… I’ll stop contact with you from now on,’ he wrote.

The 23-year-old said the experience made her feel uncomfortable and would be more wary about giving her number out to men she meets in bars.

But for someone attempting to date in 2019, she struggles with the idea meeting people online as well.

Jessica became so fed up when he asked if she wasn’t interested that she replied with a blunt: ‘still married?’

For someone attempting to date in 2019, Jessica struggles with the idea meeting people online as well

Clinical Psychologist and Director of Madam Heap Carrie Hayward told Daily Mail Australia young people are becoming increasingly fed up with dating, especially in the age of social media.

‘The more time we spend on screens, the less engaged we are in real-life experiences and social interactions that are imperative for psychological health,’ she said.

‘Many of us are at risk of unhealthy obsessive behaviour, compulsively checking our phone to seek that short dopamine reward, which prevents us from experiencing the fullness of our moments.’

‘This is having significant consequences for our mental health.’ 

While dating apps have made meeting potential partners more accessible, Founder of Dating With Dogs Tatum Brown said he does not believe people who meet online really connect.

‘Meeting in person allows you connect in a meaningful way,’ he said.

‘It gives people an opportunity to explore others in a physical, emotional, dialectical and energetic way – something you could never achieve online.’

But for Jessica, she feels that she now has to be more careful about giving out her number.   

*Name has been changed as she wishes to remain anonymous.  

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