\n Are Tinder users less likely to commit to relationships? \n Tinder horror stories \n A rejected New Zealand woman got revenge on her Tinder ex by printing posters of his face warning others to stay well clear of him and sticking them up in his neighbourhood of Grafton, Auckland. The unnamed woman, who wishes she had swiped left, claims the man "tricked" her into sleeping with him and added that she thought it was "worse than rape". Not only was a picture of him wearing a baseball cap and holding a beer on all of the posters, stuff.co.nz is also reporting that she included his name, address, and workplace. However, it was later revealed the home address is actually that of a nearby coffee shop. Part of the poster read: "I was just going to move on but frankly I'm being very grumpy and nasty this last couple of days as I am depressed and hurt," she wrote. "Instead of being a bitch to the whole world, I'm going to say how I feel to the cause, not because it serves any purpose, but rather because I'm angry and feelings are not always logical. "Frankly, having been tricked into sleeping with someone and then getting them to say every horrible, degrading thing imaginable to you is kind of worse than rape in a lot of ways, and I didn't want to give you any more opportunities to hurt me even more. However I can send this without reply." The not-to-be-messed-with woman also shared a message the man sent her ending their relationship, according to stuff.co.nz. "We just didn't click enough. I really am sorry about that," he reportedly told her. Auckland Police Senior Sergeant Danny Meade said he believes no complaint has yet been made regarding the posters. Do you have any horror dating stories? Email: amy.croffey[@]fairfaxmedia.com.au.