An American student taught her date a lesson he’d never forget when her rather smart weight-loss picture went viral after he’d called her “disgusting”.

 

Miranda Baker, from Iowa, proudly took to Twitter on Sunday to share “before and after” pictures of her date, who’s not named, after he’d called her “disgusting”.

 

In one picture the 18-year-old poses with her beau and in the other photo she’d cropped him out of the snap.

 

“After getting called disgusting last night, I successfully dropped 200lbs!! (Before and after pics),” Miranda captioned her post.

According to the Daily Mail the blonde beauty and her date, both students at Iowa State University, had been courting for five weeks.

On the afternoon of the day the incident occurred they’d spent quality time together and had lunch with her parents. Then they headed back to their university dorm rooms to get ready for the university’s formal dance.

 

Upon their arrival at the dance Miranda’s date said something she’d never forget: "The way you were acting today was disgusting and unattractive.”

 

The rather upset 18-year-old left the dance and went out with friends, hoping she’d never have to deal with this guy again.

But an hour later he called Miranda and demanded an apology from her for leaving him at the dance.

 

"I won’t I apologise for leaving you after you’d called me disgusting and unattractive,” she told him on Twitter.

 

Miranda’s tweet has since gone viral and has racked up more than 427 000 likes and 58 000 retweets.

 

“I mean, it’s disgusting how perfect you look. He’s scum if he can’t see that, good for you for knowing your worth!” one Twitter user commented.

 

“You’re very beautiful, that dude has an issue if he didn’t see that,” said another.

Although she’s received some criticism Miranda says she’s happy about what she’d done.

 

“I’ve gotten messages from women telling me they were in awful and abusive relationships. Although mine wasn’t abusive, I felt like I was helping these women,” she says.

 

Sources: dailymail.co.uk, thesun.co.uk, twitter.com