If you're reading this, I'm guessing you already know this, because you make good decisions. But do not—I repeat, do not—send unsolicited photos of your body parts to strangers. It's creepy. It's harassment. And it could get you publicly shamed on the internet.They say "never meet your heroes," but I think that saying is dumb and wrong. I think you should meet your heroes, which is why I want you to meet your new hero, Mariclaire Michelle. Here she is:https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10221653472423909&set=a.1570863589312&type=3&theaterRecently, a male stranger reached out to Mariclare on Facebook and she shared screenshots of their convo, which started innocently and then, as these things often do, quickly took a turn for the worse. So she responded by scaring the living daylights out of him and then sharing screenshots of their convo. Because, like I said, hero.At first, she asked the man why he messaged her and he responded that he thought she was "really cute." She then told him, politely, that she's in a relationship. FacebookHe didn't get the message and continued to try and engage with her. Then, despite her lack of response, he sent her a photo of his junk. FacebookMariclare at first responded by pretending she couldn't see the photo. Then, she sent a message meant to strike fear into his pervy heart—informing him that his graphic photo has been automatically sent to the police. She wrote: What was it? Usually I can't see the picture if it's nudity. I have a porn blocker on my phone and it sends the info immediately to my local police from the pictures date. I know it's silly but you can never be too careful with creepy guys on the internet The man, clearly shaken, responded "are you serious" and then tried to justify his actions by saying "I've been drinking way too much." She responded by telling him his photos are "probably being looked over at my local Sexual Crimes Against Women unit" and that his drinking excuse "won't make a good case." FacebookHe responded by blocking her—a surefire sign that she scared the crap out of him. FacebookIn the caption of the Facebook post, Mariclare reveals that the whole thing was a prank: F*cking pranked. Don’t send me [graphic] pics or I’ll f*ckin blast you. I’m in tears right now 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 I could tell this mans was sweating after I mentioned the porn blocker because he started to check my messages immediately and then blocked me 😂 She also followed up to let people know that she doesn't take credit for this genius idea, which she got from another woman online: Edit: Before someone gets mad and says I stole this, I DO NOT claim to be the first person to do this. I saw a post that another women made about a porn blocker so I figured I’d try that on this guy. And secondly, after her post went viral, she heard from multiple other women who had been victimized by this same creep. Edit#2: I’m not the only one he’s been creepy to and now there are more screenshots. Thank you for the message Serena! Several women sent her screenshots of his creepy messages to them, which she added to her initial post.WOMEN SUPPORTING WOMEN, Y'ALL!Mariclaire's post has been flooded with comments from people praising her response to this creep: Facebook Facebook Facebook Facebook Facebook FacebookFeel free to try this one at home. Although hopefully you won't have to.