A woman claiming her phoned had ‘glitched’ and accidentally sent someone a picture of her wearing a bikini is in a collection of hilarious social media fails.
The woman was biting her finger in the revealing image and quickly sent the message: ‘Sorry my phone glitched and I didn’t mean to send that.’
Another person who was helping their friend try and sell a truck accidentally asked them if they wanted a ‘f***’ because of the predictive text setting on their phone.
Meanwhile, Model Jailyne Ojeda revealed she had men constantly messaging her after she posted a selfie of her wearing skin-tight leggings.
She claimed the image was put online to ‘show off her shoes’ and claimed she was inundated with messages from ‘dudes in her DMs’.
Another men accidentally took a selfie while he was topless and said he was simply trying trying to take screenshot on his phone.
Boobed: A woman had to apologise to the person she had sent this photograph to after her phone ‘glitched’
Let us pray: A woman claimed her camera ‘went off’ without her touching and ended up catching the moment she was praying
Like my shoes?: Model Jailyne Ojeda posted this picture to her 7million followers and claimed she was only trying to ‘show off her shoes’
Paw excuse: A person sent a message and asked someone ‘how are you’ but quickly claimed that a cat had ‘walked on their iPhone’
Kiss me: Canadian comedian Nathan Fielder uploaded a photograph of him ‘kissing’ a girl on Valentine’s Day but he said the ‘framing was off’
Hacked: A person claimed someone else had posted a Facebook status from their account asking friends to ‘like’ it for ‘being the most awesome person ever’
Bed bugs: Twitter user Isaac Whittemore was quick to question who took the photograph if the couple claimed to the image themselves
Truck up: Another person who was helping their friend try and sell a truck accidentally asked them if they wanted a ‘f***’
Mum’s the word: An Instagram user wearing a bikini wrote that her ‘mother caught her’ gazing into the distance
Screen-shot himself in the foot: A man claimed that he took the image – while he was topless – when he attempted to screenshot something on his phone
Accident: A wife posted images of her holding her child and claimed that her husband had ‘accidentally’ captured the ‘best moment’
Hot stuff: A message from Tinder user Savanna’s profile asked someone if they were ‘looking for some hot stuff’ but she quickly said her friend sent the message instead of her
Bored in math: This screenshot shows the awkward conversation between a girl and a boy at school
Dayum girl: An Instagram user claimed a purple wig ‘landed’ on a toy Pokemon character and said she was ‘workin this look’
Having a laugh: A man took a picture of himself in a mirror and joked that someone had ‘caught him mid laugh’
Attitude: A man told a Food and Wine customer to ‘put their attitude down’ and they would have noticed the print button was above the article.
Sleeping on the job: A woman said she ‘looked elegant sleeping’ after an ‘unknown’ person sent her this photograph
Social experiment: Someone said they were ‘doing a social experiment’ after they were told not to send intimate pictures
I am truly sorry: A person was forced to write an apologetic after their little sister ‘sent emails to random people’
Here comes the bride: A woman texted the wrong person to announce that she was engaged and that she could wait to see them this weekend
A man took a selfie of himself on his sofa and then said that he was able to ‘take an okay picture whilst sleeping’ when listening to British power metal band DragonForce
Accidental selfie: A woman changed her Facebook profile picture to a close-up image of her posing – but later claimed she did not take it on purpose
Unintentional: An Instagram user claimed that this image of himself was ‘totally unintentional’ and taken with his new camera
On your bike: A motorcycle fan said that he had ‘stopped for a break’ and ‘accidentally’ took this picture of his bike
Cop busted: A police officer was caught out after he wrote online that NFL players were a ‘bunch of over paid greasy headed moon crickets’. He later claimed his Facebook was hacked