WATCH: Man tricks woman into thinking he owns a R1-million Mercedes

WATCH: Man tricks woman into thinking he owns a R1-million Mercedes

If it's too good to be true, it probably is.

Man tricks girl into thinking he owns Mercedes
LadBible.com/Rhys Stewart TikTok

When you find yourself in the dating world amongst other singles, you never know what you're going to get.

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Very 'Forrest Gump'...

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There are people that might have you believe they look a certain way only for you to find out you've been catfished.

Or they might lie about other aspects of their lives. What they do for a living, where they live, or even what they drive.

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The pressure to impress your date can lead to a few white lies. Maybe even a massive one.

But sometimes there is also a little bit of fun to be had and that is what one guy did when he was trying to "impress" a lady.

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Although it did not have quite the outcome he had expected.

Rhys Stewart, known on TikTok as @_rhysx, posted a video which he had captioned: "Told this girl I drive a £50,000 Mercedes."

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As he says this, he pans over the steering wheel which features the Mercedes logo and even shows off the key, also proving that it is indeed a Mercedes.

Man tricks girl into thinking he owns Mercedes
LadBible.com/Rhys Stewart TikTok

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He then moves to the outside of the vehicle and focuses on the logo again before zooming out completely and revealing...

That it's a British grocery store delivery van!

Man tricks girl into thinking he owns Mercedes
LadBible.com/Rhys Stewart TikTok

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According to Rhys, the lady in question who he had been trying to woo had not been pleased with his little prank.

Many TikTok users did defend him though, saying that technically he was not wrong and thought it was hilarious.

Comments included: "Imagine going to pick her up for a date."

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Rhys had the perfect reply: "At least I'll have plenty of food."

Touché.

While you should try to avoid lying when looking for a soulmate, life can get very serious sometimes, and we could all use a good laugh every now and then.

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Thanks, Rhys!

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Main image courtesy of Ladbible.com/Rhys Stewart TikTok

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