It seems that creepy perverts will find any opportunity to sexually harass a woman - even when she's modelling her wedding dress.
US woman Kay took to social media to share a shot of her new wedding dress ahead of the big day, safe in the knowledge her fiance doesn't have a Twitter account and wouldn't see the picture.
"Everyone look at my wedding dress,'" the mother-of-three captioned the smiling photo.
Kay probably wasn't quite expecting the reaction she received, with the tweet racking up over 700,000 likes and thousands of replies.
While most of the comments were from others praising the "gorgeous" and "lovely" dress, Kay later revealed her post also attracted a lot of unwanted attention.
"Men really saw a viral tweet of me in a wedding dress and thought that was the perfect opportunity to slide into my DMs. They really have the audacity," she added in a follow-up tweet.
Replies from men on the post included telling her her fiance was a "lucky man", that she looked "sexy", and that they'd rather see her in her "birthday suit".
"I don't usually stop to comment on women's dresses, but your dress just looks so good. You also look so fit and trim, I bet you worked hard to fit into that. keep up the hard work and you'll look amazing on your wedding day," one man commented, to which someone else replied, "This isn't a compliment douche."
"I thought the groom was the only one allowed to see your tits fall out of your dress," another man wrote.
Kay then posted a screenshot of her message requests folder on Twitter following the post, with a series of men letting her know her "beauty" caught their attention, requesting her services as a sugar baby, and even asking if she was single.
"Guys c'mon" she added. "Dudes are crazy."
"I'm literally in a wedding dress and they're tryna hit me up."
One bitter follower even tried to send her future husband a picture of her in the dress, to spoil the big day.
"My fiancé blocked him and didn't open the message, thank god," Kay added.