Woman gets wrong number text about cheating boyfriend and hits back brutally

When you receive a message from a stranger by mistake, the contents aren't usually that interesting.

But one woman managed to handle that situation brilliantly after receiving a text from an unknown woman with a little too much information.

And instead of ignoring it or making it awkward, she had the perfect response to give.

Writer Holly Baxter shared the initial message on Twitter with the caption: "A wrong number text I did not expect."

The message said: "Hi Jenn! Congratulations with the new baby! My news no[sic] very good.

"James and I are over. He cheated on me..How are you? Let's catch up! – Angela -"

The upsetting text split people on Twitter – with one person accusing her of "centring her own drama."

Another added: "I feel bad for Jenn in this scenario. She’s just had a baby and is very clearly if subtly being asked to declare allegiance in the breakup of mutual friends. Not cool, Angela."

But one person defended her, writing: "I don't want to pitch the women against each other, though. Let's not forget James is the problem here."

Holly agreed, replying: "True – she’s at her weakest point. But I kind of respect Angela getting right in there and taking control of the narrative before James badmouths her all around town."

And she shared the sweet response she sent back – where she brutally put James in his place.

She wrote: "Angela! I'm not Jenn but I just wanted to say James sounds like an asshole. You're better than him girl! Good luck."

In another incident, a woman shared her shock after a bus driver contacted her after procuring her number from a text and trace form.

Kat Kingsley, 25, hand over her details before getting on an Original Tour bus in Windsor, Surrey, while working as a nanny.

But she shared her shock after receiving a message from the bus driver three days later.

In it, the man said that Kat had been "living in my head" for three days now.

He added: ""So today I decided to stop being silly and go full stupid and write you, knowing all the risk involved in using data that's not supposed to be for me."

Original Tour said it is investigating the incident.

A Department of Health and Social Care spokesman said: "The unauthorised use of customers' information provided for contact tracing is unacceptable and every business must comply with all data protection legislation."

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