A woman named was left feeling freaked out after finding a strange message written in the snow on her wheelie bin when she took her rubbish out first thing in the morning
Living on your own can be scary at times, as one woman recently discovered the hard way.
A TikTok user known only as Jade shared a video about a bizarre message she’d found written in the snow on her wheelie bin.
Jade, who is thought to live in the US, claimed she’d gone outside first thing in the morning to put out her rubbish, only to find two letters clearly drawn into the snow.
The message read: “1F”.
Confused, she recorded a clip of the bin and turned to fellow social media users for help about what it could possibly mean – but the responses she got left her feeling pretty freaked out.
She captioned her video writing: “What does this mean?”
Her post went viral, being watched more than five million times and garnering over 944,000 likes.
Thousands of people replied, urging the woman to be careful and stay safe.
One said: “It means one female. They are telling the people who are supposed to rob you or whaever, that you live alone.”
“Means you’re being watched! Be careful,” proclaimed a second.
“I’m guessing it’s a bad thing, so stay safe,” commented a third.
Another insisted Jade call the police immediately.
Someone else suggested: “Put snow on that and write 2M.”
“You’re a target babe,” wrote a different user.
“Here in Ontario Canada it means single female. It could be used for many different reasons but NONE of the reasons are something good,” added a seventh.
Jade later added that the comments had “started to scare” her.https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/widgets/established/vaccinationCentres?fixedheight&webreachnews&theme=mirror
She made several more videos updating people of the situation.
In another clip she claims she called the police but there was little they could do. She says they told her to be careful and suggested she stay with a friend or relative for a little while.
She reassured her followers that she was doing “fine” and when she returns home, she won’t be going on her own.