When Tess Wilson tried to sell one of her old bikinis online, she didn’t expect to receive a creepy response.
The lass, from Calhoun, Georgia, was asked to model the $5 swimwear for the potential buyer.
He requested: “Any pics with being worn like to see what it looks like on before buying.”
But Tess wasn’t impressed by the pervy request and decided to take revenge instead.
She replied “sure one sec”, before roping in her brother Kade to help her.
In a move the buyer wasn’t expecting, Tess’ sibling slipped into the black string bikini and struck some saucy poses.
Tess shared the images online and laughed: “So, I'm selling a bathing suit on Facebook yard sale and a man comments and ask me if he can see a picture of it being worn before buying...
“Of course I was going to ignore the comment but Kade just couldn't resist.”
The swimwear pictures left Facebook users in stitches.
Many thought Kade was a legend for stepping in to help, with one writing: “Good one! You have got a great brother”.
Another said: “Who wants to buy that bikini now? My brother would have done this for sure. Love it.”
And a third added: "Your brother just became my hero."
Others gushed over Kade’s bikini body.
A Facebook user admitted: “Your brother’s bikini bod puts mine to shame.”
Another laughed: “I’m afraid he may have liked him better…
“But that was brave and a very nice gesture.”
And a third remarked: “Boy pulled it off like a Victoria Secret model.”
Sadly, Tess' experience of selling swimwear online isn't unusual.
Earlier this year, a mum got a kinky message when trying to flog a bikini online.
The buyer said they wanted the item "worn" – but the woman didn't put up with any of it!