Woman called catfish by Tinder match ruins him after finding his height lie

A woman was left fuming after being called a "catfish" by a Tinder match but she quickly turned the tables on him after doing some digging into his profile.

Paris Campbell said the man, who goes by the name Will, got her attention when he gave her a "super like" on the dating app along with a message simply commenting: "Catfish."

"He decided to comment on the picture which I have no makeup," the 28-year-old said in a video. "So let me re-enact."

Paris quickly turns her face sideways to the exact angle as in her Tinder pictures.

Feeling insulted by the false accusation, she clicks into Will's profile to find out more about the "man of my dreams".

"He only wrote that he was 6ft 1 inch," Paris says. "Six one, he said? Wow, so tall."

In one picture, Will is seen with a candid smile while holding a cup of coffee and standing in front of Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, US.

Paris says: "Well you see Will, the coffee cup you're holding seems like a very standard size. Measuring the distance, it's probably 3.6 inches from rim to bottom.

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"Your sunglasses [in another photo] is approximately 145mm in width. All of these bring you to about 70 inches, which checked out when you compare the inseam of your shorts.

"So I guess you're 5'10" – that makes us the same height. So, who's the catfish?"

She also added that "approximately 10 hours after posting this, our dear William unmatched me".

Paris' analysis left viewers impressed and some called it an "FBI skill".

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One wrote: "This is the level of petty I always want to aspire to."

"These are the maths problems kids need to be solving in high school," a second said.

Another brutally jibed: "Wait but did you factor in his shoes? He might even be shorter."

"The FBI works hard but women on dating apps work harder," a fourth penned.

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