A woman who was sent an unsolicited picture of a complete stranger's apparently not-so-private parts on Instagram taught him a lesson he won't be forgetting any time soon.

After the image arrived in her inbox, Jenn Tisdale decided to prank its sender and, in doing so, stumbled upon an idea for an app that would likely become a best seller.

Jenn shared screenshots of the exchange on Twitter, writing: "This morning I received an unsolicited d*** pic via Instagram from a man I do not know. What follows is a beautiful story I wove about an app I made up, that should exisit. Enjoy!"

Pretending she couldn't see the picture, Jenn replied to apologise that she uses an image blocker, which she said is very useful because the 'saddest men, men so so so sad that women never touch them' often like to send inappropriate photos.

At this point the man, unaware of the trap he is falling into, has the cheek to agree, saying: "You're dead right. They're animals."

Others want the app to be invented
She told him the app had automatically reported him to the police

Jenn continues: "It's called C***block which is funny because that's what happens to those dudes in real life."

Seemingly believing he is now building up a rapport with the woman he attempted to the woo with his penis, the man goes into full flattery mode, suggesting the creator of the 'brilliant' app is awarded the Nobel Prize.

And then Jenn drops the bombshell. "It immediately sends the image and profile to the local police.

"I will get a call from local law enforcement asking when I can come in to file a sexual harassment report.

"Men who have sent me d*** pics have been arrested. It's wild. LOL one guy lost his job and his wife. Technology is wild."

Under the message is a note to say it had been read. And then silence.

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The tweet has attracted more than 108,000 likes as others loved the 'genius' way she handled the situation.

One replied: "I love how he is agreeing with you and supporting your app, lol. Until the police are mentioned at least."

A second wrote: "How did you not end that exchange with 'Hold on, I’m getting a call...'"

Another said: "Ok but this actually needs to be an app."