A girlfriend tricked her boyfriend into believing that her cat had destroyed the TV using a YouTube video.
Danielle Fell, from Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, used a YouTube video that makes your televisions appear broken. She then sent a series of messages to her boyfriend Paddy and tricked him into believing that her cat had destroyed the TV.
The boyfriend was left furious and even threatened to move out as he’s “had enough” of the cat.
Danielle sent a message to her boyfriend saying her cat has destroyed the TV and she’s going take the plug out for a while to see if it works after that.
She said: “I don’t know what to do, the screens actually f***ed. Might take the plug out for a bit to see if it will fix it.”
The boyfriend immediately replied: “Omg are u actually serious?” She continued: “She just full went up on it and it just went like that.”
The furious boyfriend then replied that it’s broke now and nothing will fix it. He said that he’s moving out as he’s had enough of the cat and even said he hates the cat.
He said: It’s broke now taking the bl***y plug out won’t do nothing. I’m moving out — had enough of that cat. I’m not buying new stuff for her to f*** them up, can’t f***ing believe it. I f***ing hate that cat.”
At this point, Danielle admitted that it was just a prank and it’s just a YouTube video that makes televisions appear broken.
However, furious Paddy didn’t calm down as he said: “I actually feel sick now.”
Danielle shared the screenshot of their conversation on Facebook with the caption: ‘HAHAHAHAHAHAHA 1-0 to me when paddy thinks the cats actually broke the telly but it’s a YouTube video hahahahaha’.
The post left everyone in stitches after it was shared online and we just hope everything is now okay between the couple.
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