IF you've ever been unlucky enough to receive an unwanted d*** pic, it probably left you with a bit of sick in your mouth and unsure of what to do or how to respond.
But one woman has come up with an ingenious way of warding off unsolicited penis photos.
Entertainer Ginger Banks posted a screenshot on Twitter of a text conversation during which a bloke sent her a random photo of (presumably) his manhood.
In response, Ginger shot back: "Did you just send me a picture of a child penis?"
Clearly panicking, the sender replied: "WTF no, what's wrong with you?" to which Ginger then insinuated she was going to tell the police.
She sent back a screen grab of her making a "CyberTipline report" of child pornography - which she didn't send to avoid wasting police time, yet it was still enough to put the fear of God into Mr D*** Pic.
Her creative reply went viral and was widely praised on social media.
One impressed Twitter user wrote: "It's these type of innovators that keep hope alive."
Another replied: "Honestly incredible. I'm stealing this for next time."
While one Twitter user suggested an alternative way of dealing with it which looks pretty painful...
We previously told how a college student was sent an explicit pic by a creepy guy from school - and you won’t believe what she did for revenge.
Meanwhile a stranger sent a woman a d*** pic on Facebook… and SHE ended up getting banned for it.
And a straight man responded to a stranger sending him unsolicited d*** pic in the best way possible - convincing the sender that he was a doctor, and that the bloke had a nasty yeast infection.