- Man used Adele’s hit song “Hello” as a reply to a woman who tried to scam him, the scammer had no idea
- Frank Flemming Jensen is howling with laughter from behind the screen over the person who desperately tried to lure him for money
- Comic conversation between Frank and ‘Sandra’ is making rounds on the net
Danish man Frank Flemming Jensen have just had an epic fun time against a girl who tried to scam him on Facebook.
The conversation started when the girl, known only as Sandra, sent a message to Frank: “Hello beautyfull <3”; to which he replied “Hello”.
The woman immediately began to try and lure Frank with the words “I think you are sexy man <3”, but the man, apparently, wasn’t one to be fooled easily. He started replying with lines from Adele’s hit song “Hello” to the girl. “Hello” followed by “It’s me” and so forth.
Having no idea that she was replying to the lyrics of a song, the girl then proceeded to her main intention — to scam Frank. The girl asked Frank to send her some money for a plane ticket so she could visit him.
It was exactly then that the lyrics were “I’m in California dreaming about how we used to be.” Sandra got curious; clarifying the information from Frank’s profile that he is Danish and must be residing in Denmark.
However, Sandra insisted that she will go no matter the distance , but Frank must send the money to buy a plane ticket first.
The comical conversation continued.
Later, the girl found out that Frank had been playing with her. “Is this a joke?” she got angry and replied with bad words.
The conversation between Sandra and Frank first appeared on a Facebook post when the man himself shared his witty experience. As of posting, it has generated more than 18K likes and 8.4K shares.
Later, it was shared by Sebastian Kirk on Reddit; thus receiving more attention.
Frank, in an interview with Metro Express, narrated how he wittily played with the scammer, “I had just heard ‘Hello’ on the radio when I got the message so it came quite naturally.”
He also disclosed that he is howling with laughter from behind the screen, and marveled tremendously over the person who had desperately tried to lure money from him.
Read the whole conversation below:
Scammers are everywhere on social media sites. Stay sharp, people. Meanwhile, let’s have a relaxing ‘Hello’ with Adele.