A man's Tinder profile has gone viral for all the wrong reasons after a woman shared a screenshot to Twitter, calling him out over his rules and his unusual "pants down" selfie.

Known on Twitter as "Trash Queen" the woman shared her discovery of "Kirk", including a mirror selfie he'd taken wearing his trousers around his ankles.

As well as the overly confident photo, Kirk wrote a brash list of requirements for his potential suitors.

In Kirk's opinion, any lady "lucky" enough to go for a date with him must not have children, and needs to have a job - there's no way he'd be caught dating a "bum".


Trash Queen shared the photo, which has already garnered 26,000 likes, and tweeted: "I thought I'd give Tinder a go but honestly, it's fully put me off dating."

Bragging about the fact he owned his own flat, as well as a German Shepherd, the first line in his bio reads: "I have 3 rules…..Rule 1, I don't want to be a step dad so no kids unless u have just one – I want my OWN thanks."

The next rule left people disgusted: "If you date black Boys or think about it don't even text me".

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And his third read: "Rule 3 – I don't want a time waster or someone who is a bum….go make your own money you lazy f**ks."

Boasting about what he thought women would find attractive, Kirk wrote: "'I have my own 2 bed flat I bought, I body build, I have a German shepherd, I eat a lot, I don't take s**t".

While Twitter users expressed dismay at Kirk's rules and profile description, most of the backlash was towards the profile picture he used:

"Does he need help pulling his trousers up?" one person asked.

Another said: "Right? This look reminds me of when my old roommate's toddler would come waddling out of the bathroom with his pants around his ankles to let us know he didn't make it to the toilet on time."


"I wonder what made him think that the pants around the ankles was a good look," asked another.

Some men took to Twitter to say sorry on Kirk's behalf, with one writing: "I apologise on behalf of men everywhere."

Meanwhile, a good-humoured singleton joked: "I'm going to screen shot this for when my relatives ask me why I'm still single."

While another asked: "I wonder why he's still single," adding: "What a catch."

Others simply couldn't get over his attitude: "'Someone clearly skipped personality day."