Man "Revenge Farts" to Get Back at Woman Who Sexually Rejected Him

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Source: Getty Images

Let's say you're a man. Let's say a woman has just rejected your sexual advances.

Whatcha gon' do about it?

You could say something like, "Oh, OK," and then leave. You could make a goofy joke, like "Well, can't blame a guy for trying!" and laugh it off. You could do like Drake did when Rihanna friend-zoned him onstage earlier this month and just keep on singing your song, unfazed.

Or.

Or!

You could fart on her.

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Such is a viral story that came out of Sweden this week, in which a woman filed a police report against a man whose post-rejection "revenge fart" was so gross that it "disturbed her peace of mind."

From the Local, via the Swedish newspaper Hallandsposten

The pair had discussed having sex, but when the woman declined, her male acquaintance left in a huff – literally.
Before he exited the apartment he let rip a big one, wrote the daily.
The woman told police in Laholm, south-western Sweden, that she had found the smell of the fart disturbing.

Let's assume, for a moment, that this story is true, and not a delightfully sophomoric pre-April Fools' joke. There are two obvious takeaways here:

1. This woman should be applauded for doing something we've all wanted to do at some point or another, which is call 911 when a fart crosses the line. (You know the line when you smell it.)

2. A woman should be able to say "no" to a man without having to worry about getting farted on in retaliation.

Is this the first time an unhinged straight dude has done some reprehensible shit in the face of rejection? LOL, as if. If he's not farting on you, he's probably sending 28 unsolicited texts in a row about how you're making a huge mistake by rejecting him. Or perhaps he's harassing you across various forms of social media and furiously demanding an explanation for why you didn't want to give him a chance. Or maybe he's printing out longwinded letters about how "nice guys finish last" and plastering them all over town with duct tape, much like a serial killer might.

Actually, you know what? Suddenly a fart seems kinda tame. Adorable, even.

Source: Giphy

h/t the Local

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Nicolas DiDomizio

Nicolas DiDomizio is a Staff Connections Writer at Mic. Prior to Mic, he was at MTV for 3 years. He holds a masters from NYU and a bachelors from Western Connecticut State University. Contact him at nic@mic.com.

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