- A 23-year-old lady who is identified as Jasmine Triggs flew over 15 000 miles to meet a man she met online seven days before
- The young woman was devastated after the mystery man blocked her number as she stepped onto the plane
- Jasmine Triggs, who owns a baking company in the US, ended up stranded at their airport in Houston, Texas miles away from her home
- The businesswoman was lucky to find an old friend who lived near and sought refuge in her house for a few days
- Following her escape, Jasmine took to various social media platforms to warn people against meeting with people they know little about
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A woman has left many with their mouths open after revealing how she was dumped by a lover she had met online.
According to the 23-year-old lady who is identified as Jasmine Triggs, she flew over 15 000 miles to meet a man she met seven days before.
The young woman was devastated after the mystery man blocked her number as she stepped onto the plane.
Triggs, who owns a baking company in the US, ended up stranded at their airport in Houston, Texas miles away from her home.
The beautiful lady, who was looking for love, paid R6 500 for the five-hour trip to meet her new 'bae".
"I was talking to this guy for about a week and he asked me to come out to Texas. We were talking to the morning I was due to go. We were talking and talking every day, about where he went to school, how he had been a cheerleader and had a robotics company.
"I liked him. We had been getting to know each other. He was asking me sexual stuff and he was saying he couldn't wait to see me and that he had cleaned his living room for me," quoted The Sun.
According to a tweet that has since been deleted, the woman said they met via an iMessage group chat where they were introduced by a mutual friend.
The lady said that as soon as she landed at the airport, the man was nowhere to be seen and on trying to contact him, she discovered she had already been blocked.
"When I was on the plane, all my messages were sent to everyone apart from him so he had obviously blocked me. I did not hear from him all morning and once I landed, I called him, but I realised he had blocked my number and I was panicking," she added.
The 23-year-old businesswoman was lucky to find an old friend who lived nearby and sought refuge in her house for a few days.
Following her escaped, Jasmine took to various social media platforms to warn people against meeting with people they have never met.
Earlier on, Briefly.co.za reported on a Kenyan woman who took to Twitter to share her ordeal with a man she met online and decided to do the relationship thing.
According to the lady identified as Dee Kiluu, the man who approached her online was a student at a college in Kabete where they had planned to meet.
Talk of drama. The lady revealed that the guy asked her to use her own fare to travel to the institution he would return on arrival.
Being a smart girl she packed her sleepover belongings and kicked off to meet her newly found lover at Kabete.
"As usual, when lady is going for a sleepover you leave in the evening. I packed my clothes, a few essentials, basically everything that I would need but did not carry enough fare. The lad had told me to use my own many as fare he would refund on arrival ( never make this mistake you all)," said the lady.
According to the funny lady, things changed things when she got to the institution and the guard on duty demanded her school ID but did not have any. While trying to sort the ID issue, she received a text from the guy telling her telling to go back to where she had come from they would meet later.
"While trying to search for the fake ID, I do not know where the tears came from. Right on time the guy who had already gotten into the school compound texted me: "You just go back we shall meet another day." Where was I supposed to go at that time? Have you ever been so angry?" wrote Kiluu.
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