A WOMAN has tried to win back her ex-boyfriend by faking an email from her hospital.
Creating a bogus Gmail account, the woman pretended to be a doctor from the "pregnancy ward" at a West Yorkshire hospital and claimed the pair needed to "reunite for the sake of the baby".
Explaining they couldn't confirm how far gone the mum was – but that they had discovered the "baby" was having "difficulty with its heart due to the mother being stressed" – the fake email suggested the pair "put their differences aside" for the sake of the child.
"Hello, we tried to contact you earlier in regards to your baby," the message read.
"We believe she may be four to five weeks pregnant and will confirm later on next week but we would like to inform yourself as the father that the baby is having difficulty with its heart right now due to the baby being stressed and the mother being stressed.
"And I know this is not policy procedure but I would advise for the baby's sake that you and the baby's mother talk it through, put your differences aside and get back together as lately, most of the babies die due to stress knowing their parents are not together.
"Yours sincerely, the pregnancy ward at Pinderfields Hospital."
The image was shared on Reddit and quickly racked up hundreds of comments
One wrote: "Wow, if you're going to fake an email from the hospital you should probably use proper grammar."
Another said: I'm just impressed that the four-week-old fetus has figured out its parents aren't together."
While one pointed out: "We're not sure if she's pregnant, but the baby, if it exists, is definitely having stress-induced heart problems."
Others said they would like to "see the study about most babies dying from knowing their parents aren't together."
Others focused on a completely different issue, wondering why the man chose to take a photo of his phone instead of just a screen grab.
"Somebody teach this man how to take a screenshot," wrote one.
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