Boy dumps girl amid amusing auto-correct porn confusion

The 24-year-old was left in pieces after one rather unfortunate typo

Battery run out again? Yeah, that'll happen

A 24-year-old photographer has regaled Reddit users with the story of how one typo somehow convinced her partner she was secretly working in pornography.

The old adage of “act in haste, repent at leisure” has never been truer than in these 21st century times of Facebook, Whatsapp and SnapChat.

Fail to spot one small mistake and you could suffer dire consequences.

Take the story of this unidentified female, whose relationship went up in smoke after her boyfriend dumped her, believing she had secretly been working in porn.

Worse still said hubby has blocked her from all forms of communication, leaving her unable to explain that the entire incident was the result of one rather unfortunate auto-correct error.

It all started when the boyfriend was going through her phone while she was taking a shower.

Having cleaned herself up, the lady in question returned to find her partner gone and an angry message waiting for her.

“So how long did you think you could keep your real job a secret from me? Glad I didn’t get in too deep. This is done, don’t try to contact me,” the note read.

A freelance model, designer and photographer, she was obviously very confused.

That was, until she opened her phone and realised her boyfriend had been reading a conversation she was having with a client.

“Her text to me came when I was in the shower and it reads ‘The pornographer can come this weekend if you want to do our shoot then,” she said.

“Her phone changed photographer to pornographer and my boyfriend must have seen this text appear on the screen since I left my phone out,” throwawa984759823475 noted.

Reddit users have so far been divided over the incident, with some keen for the pair to resolve this minor issue.

Others, however, have pointed to the concerning fact that the boyfriend was looking through her phone in first place and that perhaps they were just not right for each other.

This may end up being an auto-correct error that is a blessing in disguise.

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Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.

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