A woman who put a snap of her naked ex on social media with laughing emojis next to his “little” willy was jailed yesterday.
Yasmin Walker, 29, shared the revenge porn snap with her 1,300 Instagram followers when she was dumped after a short fling, The Sun reports.
The British woman added the three emojis and the caption: “What the f* is that?”
The victim was in the cinema with his son when phone messages from friends alerted him.
He immediately begged Walker to remove the image but the mother of two refused and then goaded him on WhatsApp, saying: “Not my fault you got a little d**k and is s* in bed.”
The store worker claimed she had meant to send it just to him as a joke and her phone shared it to Instagram by accident.
But Judge Sean Morris dismissed her claim and sentenced her to three months in jail — saying: “It’s going to be a short, sharp shock so people know revenge porn means prison.”
The man had no idea she took a screengrab of him during a “phone sex” session, the court heard.
Philip Morris, prosecuting, told the judge that Walker “attempted, quite callously, to humiliate him”.
“We use the phrase ‘Hell hath no fury’ and that is what it’s about. It’s known as revenge porn,” he said.
The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said: “Some people think it’s funny because I’m a man. If I was female things would be different.
“I have had nights out where people have been shouting stuff about it.
“I was nervous about meeting new clients in case they had seen it.”
Walker, of Scarborough in North Yorkshire, was convicted of disclosing a personal sexual photograph with intent to cause distress and sentenced at York crown court.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission