Woman left “trembling with panic” after accidentally posting nude selfie on air fryer listing

A woman was “shaken with panic” after accidentally posting a topless selfie on her eBay listing while trying to sell her air fryer, prompting hundreds of new friend requests

Sarah in her nude mirror selfie (blurred)
Sarah received a series of rude messages, with one person asking if the product came with “melons”.

An eBay seller who tried to whip out her air fryer accidentally posted a topless selfie next to her product listing in which she was wearing only her panties.

Emma Jones, 26, was initially confused when she was bombarded with hundreds of new friend requests on Facebook and Instagram, with some rude messages asking if the fryer came with “melons”.

However, it soon dawned on her what had happened after looking at her Ninja Foodi Max online auction.

The aggrieved saleswoman was “shaken with panic” when she realized she had mistakenly uploaded a topless picture of herself standing in front of a full-length mirror.

The listing, which describes the kitchen product as ‘previously used’ and showing ‘some signs of wear’, drew more than 117,000 views with a winning bid of over £1,000 in 24 hours before Emma finally bid.

Emma was confused by all of her new friend requests


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Emma was left “trembling” after realizing what had happened


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Emma believes the nude snap was taken the day before she took pre-diet photos of the deep fryer, and she thinks she accidentally clicked on it while scrolling for pictures.

Although she’s now trying to see the fun side, Emma is now too scared to re-list the item, which retails for £229 on Ninja Kitchen’s official website, and reckons she’ll just give it to a friend instead will give away.

Emma, ​​from Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, said: “It was only on my lunch break at work that I opened Facebook and realized there was a problem. I had about 50 friend requests and about 100 Facebook messages.

“I checked my Instagram and it was the same story. I had gained about 150 new followers and my message requests folder was filled with over 100 messages.

“The messages ranged from questions about the air fryer to ‘Does the grate in the last picture come with the ninja?’ and a little coarser.”

She added: “I was very, very confused and panicking so I logged on to eBay and that’s when I realized what had happened. The listing had over 140,000 views and I had several hundred messages. On eBay, some people helpfully warned me.

“I was shaking at that point. I hastily deleted the ad as the winning bid at the time was £1,000. Somehow no one I know in real life actually saw the ad, but I’ve told most people what happened and tried to laugh about it, trying not to feel embarrassed.”

Emma claims she had to spend some time reporting tweets mocking her embarrassing mistake, which thankfully such posts were quickly removed.

One person commented: “Hi, just looking for a full breakdown of the parts that come with the Ninja [do you have] Are there close-ups of the part in the last photo? Thanks in advance.”

Another joked: “Does it come with the melons?”

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