This Man Spent Thousands To Meet His “Goddess” Online GF. He Was Too Shocked When He Met Her In Person!
A man in China, love-struck, by a woman he met online because of her beauty couldn’t wait to meet her. When they both decided to meet each other in person, however, he was utterly disappointed that the woman didn’t really look like a “goddess” like her photos on WeChat, a social networking app.
Huang lives in Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province in northeastern China, while Xiaojin is from Suzhuo city in eastern Jiangsu Province. The cities are a little over 1400 miles far apart, but Huang was more than willing to meet the girl of his dreams. He spent a £5,300, five-hour flight to Suzhuo.
Much to his surprise, when they finally met in a café, Huang couldn’t believe his eyes. He got upset and felt cheated. Apparently, his “goddess” online girlfriend has rounder face with quite an amount of pimples.
Huang asked her, “You can’t be Xiaojin, right? You look too different.”
Xiaojin answered him, “It’s me. I just edited the photo and wore makeup. This is what I look like normally.”
The two argued and eventually, Huang assaulted her in public for ‘lying’ to him and deceiving him. Reports said that he punched her in the face and stomped on her as she lay on the ground.
The café staff immediately stopped the commotion. The two were arrested by local police. A police spokesman reported that the pair was detained and the Xiaojin was given medical treatment after receiving assault from Huang.
“She has decided not to press charges and they parted on friendlier terms although both vowed never to do online dating again,” the police said.
“I knew exactly what she looked like as the image of her face was ingrained in my memory. So when this woman came and sat down next to me I was completely shocked. This woman had a fatter face and acne, completely unlike the woman in the photo,” Huang reported.
“From now on, I will never trust online love again!” Huang claimed before flying back to Harbin.
Online dating is really troublesome isn’t it?