Twitter helps woman track down a 'ripped, nice eyes' stranger she saw at a cafe

DailyBiteMay 05, 2023 | 14:06

Twitter helps woman track down a 'ripped, nice eyes' stranger she saw at a cafe

Woman posts picture of cute stranger to find him. Photo: Twitter/@manjaribinnani

There's never a dull moment on the Internet. Having trouble finding the name of a movie in which two ducks danced? Don't fret, just ask on the Internet. Pick from Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or any other platform. Need some off-the-counter legal advice, ask the legal fraternity on Twitter. 

One girl from Delhi decided to seek the help of Twitter to track down a guy who captured her interest at a cafe. 


What a spoilsport that cab driver!

At the time, Manjari, as she goes on Twitter, said she wanted to talk to him but couldn't because obviously missing the cab is not an option. 

Of course with Twitter being Twitter, there were some ridiculous suggestions:

Fortunately for her, she found the man in the picture. What's more, he replied to her tweet. Indeed what a small world we live in!


And someone else pointed out that this guy liked her tweets for almost the past year! Well, we don't know if it's a coincidence, fate, or just a staged interaction. But regardless of what it is like @MahE_1304 said it is all great entertainment. 

While most seemed happy to see these two alleged strangers who likely captured each other's interest find each other again (fate has a new meaning - the Internet!), others questioned whether it was an invasion of privacy to publicly post a picture of a stranger without their permission and asking the Internet to track the stranger down. 

Many asked what the response would have been like if the stranger in the picture was a girl or a woman who was being described by her physical attributions. 


Indeed, the issue was not lost on Manjari who posted the picture and apologised for it.                          

Of course, if the stranger in the picture was a woman, the response would have been different because women unlike men have to always watch their backs online or offline for potential harassment (read: The girl on Delhi metro who was shamed online for her choice of clothes). But it seems like the stranger doesn't have any problem. So, the story ends on a good note.

Last updated: May 05, 2023 | 14:06
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