I put my pair of Doc Martins on Facebook Marketplace and was shocked by the disgusting and creepy messages that flooded my inbox

A young woman has been left in shock after receiving creepy responses to her recent Facebook Marketplace listing from strangers.

Cheyenne Skye, from Melbourne, listed a pair of black Doc Martins on the platform, hoping to score $200 to go towards a nose job.

But the responses she got were not what she bargained for.

In fact she’s had the opportunity to make $200 without having to part with the shoes.

‘Turns out you can sell your shoes on Marketplace without actually selling them, and still make money,’ she said on TikTok.

Cheyenne Skye, from Melbourne , listed a pair of black Doc Martins on the platform, hoping to score $200 to go towards a nose job

‘This person messaged me saying ‘Hey this might sound a little strange but if I paid you $50 on the spot would you be able to meet up at a park or something and let me lick the soles of the boots? Totally weird but I will genuinely pay you for it’,’ she said.

He then upped the offer to $100 when she didn’t respond.

And he wasn’t the only one keen on licking the shoes.

‘Exhibit two, “It might be a little strange but may I lick your boots when you are wearing them?”,’ she said.

She added that one of the men had asked her to get the shoes dirty and offered to pay her more per lick.

She thought this was hilarious as she had put in effort to clean them before popping the listing online. 

She then asked if she should consider the lucrative offers and people appeared on board, urging her to ‘do it but be safe’. 

‘$50??!! $200 at least for the traumatic experience,’ one woman wrote. 

‘This is way too specific to receive two random messages about. Be safe,’ said another.

Others shared similar stories.

‘I had a guy offer me $150 for shoes I was selling for $15 but he wanted them to be more well worn,’ one woman said.

‘I literally got the exact first message when selling docs like two years ago. Good to see he’s still at it,’ one woman wrote.

‘I’m a straight bloke, with a partner and child selling work boots a bloke offered me $100 to stick a pair of my undies in them,’ one man said.

Another woman made headlines previously after trying to sell pants on the platform – only to be contacted by a man with a zipper fetish.

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