AN AUSTRALIAN has suffered a dating site disaster after he rejected a Scottish woman for being too old and obese.
“Ash”, from Perth, Australia, said he doesn’t date women aged 30 or over and branded a size 14/16 as too large.
He ended his harsh rebuttal by saying that he gets a lot of messages from her “cohort” and suggested that Scottish women “lower their standards somewhat.” His comments have attracted widespread condemnation on social media from outraged users who have branded the man “disgusting”, “nasty” and a “creep”. , from Edinburgh, whose sister received the ill-advised reply, posted a screenshot of the Australian’s message with the comment: “Ok, so my sister messaged someone on an online dating site (Plenty of Fish) just to say hi.The internet is full of stories about women being horrifically fat-shamed or harassed on dating sites, and yes, those stories need to be told. And at a certain point, I think they can become inadvertent scare tactics, frightening plus-sized women out of the dating pool.So, I reached out to Marie Southard Ospina, journalist, style blogger, and beloved bad-ass of the body positive movement.was called a creep because in his profile he wrote he will not “consider dating women who are over 30 and overweight.” “OK, so my sister messaged someone on an online dating site just to say hi ... “I was also specific about weight as I have never been attracted to big women. “I was specific with age because I would like to start a family one day and, to be honest, I think that the necessary timeline before doing so is shortened/compressed with a lady over 30,” he wrote.