My girlfriend was sent creepy texts by Currys driver but we got revenge with catfish prank and asked for a threesome

A BOYFRIEND catfished a "creepy" Currys driver by asking him for a threesome as he started texting his fiancee after dropping off their washing machine.

Kacey Wheeler, 21, was sent texts by the worker who "couldn't stop staring at her" after he and a colleague made the delivery at her home in Bradford, West Yorks.


After the bloke left, the 21-year-old called her fiance Ryan Sagar to joke the man, known only as Jordan, was "in love with her."

But the worker then texted the number he found on his delivery sheet – which was Ryan's – less than 20 minutes later.

And baffled Ryan quickly saw the chance to embarrass the driver, so he then pretended to be his fiancee Kacey.

He began a flirty six-hour text exchange – that has since been shared more than 2,500 times on Facebook.

Posing as his six-month-pregnant fiancee, Ryan began chatting with Jordan – who bragged about being a former prison "bad boy" and cheekily suggested they should "meet up to get this washer sorted."

In the chat Ryan, 22, even asked Jordan to be his sugar daddy after he bragged about earning £36,000 per year.

Electrician Ryan believes he intimidated the delivery worker with his late-night request of a THREESOME and description of naughty bedroom kinks – including a request he dresses up as a Marvel superhero.

When the Currys driver tried to continue the chat the next day, Ryan abruptly cut him off saying "f**k off now, I'm bored" and revealed Jordan had actually been talking to Kacey's fiance for hours.

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Despite the light-hearted prank, Ryan had been angered by the delivery man's "cheek" and Kacey now says she's afraid to accept deliveries without her fiance in the house.

Currys said they were treating the matter "very seriously" and confirmed they are currently investigating it.

Kacey, from Bradford, West Yorkshire, said: "As soon as I opened the door I saw one of the guys just didn't take his eyes off me.

"I didn't take it in a weird way at first and I thought it was funny. He was just staring at me.

"The other guy just came in, dropped the washer and then left, but the other guy didn't want to leave. He was lingering around telling me where to put it and opening draws.

"It was really creepy but at the time I just thought it was strange. I was winding Ryan up telling him the driver was in love with me, then I thought he was joking when he said he'd got texts from him.

"I can't believe he just took my number off the sheet and he knows where we live.

"I thought that would have been the end of it after the driver left. Ryan thought it was hilarious when he got the texts.

"It wasn't the worst-case scenario, but the fact he was lingering around in the house and he'd gone out of his way to get my number, I just won't want to take deliveries in on my own."

The washing machine and dryer was a present from Ryan's parents and they added his phone to the delivery details rather than Kacey's.

Ryan has contacted Currys to complain- and insists he'll never order from them again.

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He said: "There are my shoes in the house, Kacey's six months pregnant and she's got an engagement ring on. It's just utter disrespect.

"When I got the phone call and the text came through I was annoyed, but then I thought I'd make a laugh out of it.

"I thought 'I'm going to [pull] your leg'. My favourite bit was asking him to dress up in a Marvel costume and him replying that he's a prison boy. He was trying to big himself up.

"It's embarrassing. He deserves to have the mick taken out of him. From the texts, you can tell he's a very strange guy.

"I thought I'd scared him off on the night, talking about a threesome, but then when he messaged back the next day and I wasn't having a good day at work so I just told him to 'f*** off'.

"I'm happy he's wasted all that time. He thought he'd pulled.

"I hope he feels like an idiot. You shouldn't be made uncomfortable by delivery drivers like that."

Kacey's post said: "When Currys deliver my washer & dryer when I'm home alone, then get in the van and take what he thought was my number off the order sheet – and end up texting my boyfriend ffs."

One person commented: "When he gets bored at the end. Crying!"

And another said: "I hope you reported him [laughing emoji]."

A third simply added: "This is gold!"

A Currys' spokesperson said: "We're taking the matter very seriously and are currently investigating it further.

"We will be contacting Mr Sagar and Miss Wheeler as part of our investigation."





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