MY mum said the best time to ask my dad for anything was during sex. Not the best advice. I burst in the bedroom saying: “Can I have a new bike?” He was very upset. His secretary was surprisingly nice about it. MILLIONS of people have accidentally texted a sexy snap of themselves to the WRONG person.
A survey says 1-in-7 of Britain’s 50 million mobile users have pressed “send” to the wrong number.
But while three-quarters of those people admit they were drunk and regretted sending the message, hardly any fellas receiving saucy snaps complain!
And the mistake happens so often a website has been set up to document the erotic errors.
Alan Tibbs, 29, is the head of wrongnumbaboobs.com and says he’s had hundreds of submitted pictures.
He said: “I’m amused at what people send – I just use boob pics but some of the stuff is well rude.”
Alan, from Birmingham, kindly allowed us to publish a small selection from his site here.
A spokesman for mobilephoneinsurance.co.uk, which carried out the survey, said: “The number of people who had sent a rude message accidentally to the wrong person was a shock.”