Missouri State University student, Hayden Moll, emailed over 20 women from MSU with the same name after a missed connection on the popular dating app, Tinder.
Moll accidentally swiped left on the app on a woman named “Claudia’s” photo, which typically means the person swiping does not wish to connect with the other. He quickly went to work finding Claudia after realizing his mistake of not swiping right.
He only had two things to go by: that she attended MSU and her name is Claudia.
MSU is a public university and provides school email addresses to the public. Moll used this information to his advantage and emailed 22 women with the name “Claudia” in hopes of finding the one he was looking for.
According to Fox 2 News in St. Louis, Claudia Alley shared screenshots of Moll’s email along with her Tinder profile photo acknowledging that she is the Claudia he had been searching for.
THIS GUY LITERALLY EMAILED EVERY CLAUDIA AT MISSOURI STATE TO FIND ME ON TINDER pic.twitter.com/x8tQuYmj8Q
— Claud (@claudiaaIIey) January 20, 2018
Moll and Alley plan to go on a doughnut date sometime soon.
— Hayden (@HaydenMoll) January 23, 2018
Did you enjoy this article? Consider supporting College Media Network's mission to support the next generation of journalists. For as little as $2 a month, you can help keep our site ad-free and the future of journalism alive. Go here to donate.
Sign up for the Morning Scoop
Teen Who Urged Boyfriend’s Suicide Through Text Says It Was Free Speech
Apparently, the First Amendment extends to telling your boyfriend to get back into the truck and kill himself.
Build-A-Bear ‘Pay Your Age’ Deal Ends in Failure
Would you wait in a line for hours, for a $29.00 teddy? Many did, which ended in chaos.