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'I want to string him up': Mother of 'pull a pig' victim reveals prankster called her daughter EVERY DAY before she flew to visit him in Amsterdam - before texting her their romance was 'all a joke' when she arrived at hotel

Miss Stevenson

 A heartbroken woman spent £350 on a 400-mile trip to meet a man she thought was interested in her - only to find out he had played a cruel ‘pull a pig’ prank.

Sophie Stevenson, 24, initially met 21-year-old Jesse Mateman while on holiday in Spain in August and the pair stayed in touch after sleeping together.
She says she believed they had a “proper romance” and later decided to fork out hundreds of pounds to visit him in his hometown of Amsterdam.
However, the bar supervisor was left devastated when he failed to show up at the airport when she arrived - despite being in contact with her up until then.
 Jesse Mateman 

 She claims she only heard from Jesse six hours later when she arrived at her hotel in the Dutch capital, and he text her to tell her she’d been ‘pigged’.
"You were pigged," the Dutchman's heartless message allegedly read, along with two pig face emojis. It added: “It was a joke.”
'Pull a pig' pranks often see men compete to chat up who they deem to be the 'fattest' and 'most unattractive' woman on a night out.
“Pulling a pig is where a guy tries to pull the fat, ugly girl. I felt sick," Sophie, from Stoke, Staffordshire, told The Sun.
The hurt young woman replied to the text: “How could you be so cruel though!”
She says her holiday lover then blocked her.
Sophie and Jesse had slept together after meeting in Barcelona in August - the same month a van driver mowed down pedestrians on the city's La Rambla.
The terror attack left 13 people dead and more than 100 others injured.
Sophie says the pair experienced a 'proper romance' during their time in Barcelona. She had been looking forward to reuniting with Jesse in Amsterdam.

But after realising she had been 'pigged' by her lover, she says she was so distraught she changed her flights - and flew home the following day.
"I was so upset I changed my flights and headed home the next morning," she told the newspaper.
Today Julie Stevenson said her daughter is 'in absolute bits' after falling victim to the brutal 'stunt' that sees creepy men compete to chat up women they deem to be 'the fat ugly girl'.

Julie told : 'It is a good job this lad lives in Holland because if he was here I'd string him up. He would call her everyday and Sophie was so excited and would go off and take the call.'

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