Unfortunately dating apps are how us single folk put ourselves out there.

There is a laundry list of ridiculous apps we use. Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel, Hinge, Match, Plenty of Fish and of course Tinder.

One New York woman basically used Tinder to conduct a social experiment and possible play her own version of the television show The Bachelorette.

According to the Gothamist, dozens of men showed up to Union Square in New York City after matching with a woman named "Natasha" on Tinder and sent the unsuspecting men the same text message with details on where to meet.

"Natasha" set date telling the men that they would be meeting her at a set for one of her DJ friends.

@bvdhai on Twitter recounted his whole story hilariously through a twitter thread.

One of the unfortunate souls who showed up tells the Gothamist "There were hundreds of guys waiting for this DJ, but little did I know they were waiting for her as well."

"Natasha" then went on stage and told the men she was going to have them compete for a date with her.

After that announcement many of the men left the park.

Of course the story went viral and now it turns out that Rob Bliss, who works on viral video campaign was behind the Tinder scam. Apparently there will be more info about this catfish-like set up coming out on Thursday.

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