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Sun Mar 01 10:27:52 SAST 2015

One in four women deliberately put up ugly pictures of friends

Times LIVE | 03 July, 2012 13:11

Image by: Gallo Images/Thinkstock

Women are posting ugly photos of their friends on Facebook on purpose, according to a report.

The Daily Telegraph reports that as many as one in four women surveyed by MyMemory.com told the website that they had posted bad pictures of their friends online on purpose.

The majority of them said the decision to do so came following a fight, while a third said it was pure revenge for their friends having done the same to them.

Two fifths posted pictures of their friends without make-up, even when asked not to, and one fifth said they didn't take the pictures down after being asked.

"Photo sabotage is never kind, but I think we’ve all seen pictures on social networking sites that we know the ‘victim’ won’t be happy with," Rebecca Huggler, co-founder of MyMemory.com told the Telegraph.

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