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A few days ago there was the story of the man who received a bizarre offer after selling a pool table on Facebook Marketplace. That wasn't anywhere near as embarrassing as the following story which contained some very NSFW content, all in the effort of trying to sell a wardrobe online. A few days ago the mother of Twitter user Sophie Eke took a picture of a set of wardrobes and drawers that she was trying to sell. She obviously hadn't noticed this and was only informed of the nudity when someone else spotted it in the picture.
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Miranda Levy posted news of her engagement on Facebook, saying she was "truly blessed" to announce that she was marrying "the love of [her] life. As a result, her post went viral. This woman was apparently busted cheating after sending her husband some photos via Snapchat before she went to bed. The woman, known only as "Chelsea," reportedly sent several provocative snaps to her husband from her hotel room before she went to sleep.
Somehow, some way, this woman ended up posting a bunch of nudes to Facebook by accident. And it all happened while she was trying to pay tribute to a dead relative. Truly, truly heartfelt words there. But the way she ends the post is particularly notable And so, here's where we get conflicted.