A GEORGIA man has revealed after just a few weeks talking to a Tinder date, his mom chased him down and demanded he marries her son.
He had to get the police involved because things escalated to another level.
A man who calls himself "Trust me I'm an expert" on TikTok shared a series of disturbing texts between him and his date's mom.
He explained that he had spoken with the other man for over two or three weeks before the two decided to meet up for dinner.
"The very first thing he said when he saw me was 'Oh wow, you remind me a lot of my uncle. That's both attractive and very exciting to me,'" he began.
However, the date itself was not as disturbing as his later interaction with the man's mother.
The mom, who had gotten the TikTok star's phone number, told him: "You took my son on a date a couple of weeks ago and told him you two weren't compatible.
"I must say I was quite devastated when my son returned home to the outing and was not engaged to the man that he loves. I'm reaching out to you to request you enter into a relationship with my son and immediately begin planning a wedding which will be paid 50/50 between the two families."
As a follow-up text, he told the mom that he just was not interested in her son because he had made some uncomfortable remarks about him.
To which she responded that her son had pictures of him in his room "and wants to marry you as soon as possible."
She then told him they would be going to his workplace to propose to him with a ring they had already bought.
It was then that he warned the woman to not show up at his workplace or he would be calling the cops on them.
Thankfully the woman and her son never showed up at his workplace, but she did text him from a second phone after he blocked her number.
The man, who revealed the second part of the story in another video, had already shared with his followers the interaction, which prompted her second text.
She wrote to him: "I must say I'm appalled that you think it is okay to treat your husband and mother-in-law in such a manner."
She then threatened to sue him, as well as every person who had liked and commented on his first video, if he did not take down the video.
She continued: "I will not have you make an embarrassment to my family and most importantly, to your husband. He is requesting that as a wedding gift, you purchase him a vehicle of his choosing."
In a third video, the Georgia man revealed he had indeed called the cops and they were able to track down the woman.
The woman, turns out, is allegedly on probation from a similar situation and she claimed that she had not done any of these things.
Turns out, it was allegedly the man he had dumped who had done all the texting from a second phone number and had tried to get revenge on him for dumping him.
It's safe to say this man wins the award for the worst date.
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