A single man looking for love on Tinder has been called out for his extreme dating requirements.
The 32-year-old Irishman, known as Stephen on his profile, put up a long list of rules including no single mothers, no bath bombs and “no mental health”.
Oddly, he also only considers ladies who have paid for a full phone contract.
Tinder user claramelapple, who has a large following thanks to her analysis of bizarre bios, spotted Stephen’s profile and shared it to her account.
In the clip viewed more than 1.2 million times, Clara puts up Stephen’s list, which has since been branded as “audacious” and “deluded” on the screen.
She details: “No single mothers, firm. Nothing over 10 stone. No pansexuals, no genders, no mental health.”
The list also states his girlfriend must not rely on DHSS (Department of Health and Social Security), which is now known as the Department of Work and Pensions.
Stephen asked for his future partner not to use any essential oils and not to drink skinny coffee.
The singleton is also not into women who post motivational quotes on their social media.
He then goes on to list his own interests, which appear to be narrow-boating, watching Love Island and West End musicals.
Stephen concludes that he usually gets a “high volume of messages” but he will try to answer them all.
Clara’s post has been flooded with thousands of comments as some said the profile looks like a job advertisement.
“Okay, the audacity of that man,” one wrote.
“That looks like a job ad to me,” another viewer said.
And a third added: “Men over-estimate their current market value.”