A student who was told by her 'sugar daddy' to 'drain' his credit cards has taken him by his word and spent more than £1,000 on clothes for herself and 15 of her friends.
Amy Williams, 21, from Glasgow, went on a shopping spree using her rich acquaintance's bank card and one of her lucky pals shared photos of the subsequent shopping haul on social media.
The law student has an understanding with her sugar daddy, known only as 'Richard' that he'll send her financial recompense in exchange for photos of her feet.
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Amy's arrangement recently went viral after her friend Sarah Connolly tweeted about the bumper Missguided order.
Sarah tweeted photos of the order last week with the caption: 'Amys 'sugar dad' just treated the whole girls chat to clothes hahah.'
Screenshots of the girls' order show it included various items from a £55 bomber jacket down to a £12 pair of leggings.
The post, which has since clocked up more than 12,000 likes, was followed by another photo the following day.
Sarah tweeted a picture of two large boxes with several Missguided parcels balanced on top with the caption: 'It's arrived.'
Fellow social media users were quick to express their envy. @Beckylouisee replied: 'Okay how can I get in on the girls chat?'
@chloewalsh071 added: 'Where did she find the sugar daddy?? Help I need one.' And @mcalpss said: 'Okay well I also want involved.'
Generous Amy joked back: 'At least I was nice and gave him the £176 student discount.'
The posts have sparked online retailer Missguided to launch a competition giving other lucky group chats the chance to win their dream wardrobe.
Missguided tweeted: 'Amy's sugar daddy works hard, but Missguided works harder/ We're giving away one girls group chat their entire wish list. Comment below why we should pick you and your squad.'
Speaking to MailOnline, Amy said: 'There was so much stuff, I had to label it all up in my room with everyone's name on it so I didn't get confused!'
'I've had the arrangement since May. I tweeted saying I was skint and needed a sugar daddy and he direct messaged me straight away offering money in return for feet pictures.
'I thought he was talking rubbish, as there's loads of fake people like that on Twitter, so I said "money first", and he sent me one of his credit cards and told me to buy myself something so I did and it worked.
The student continues: 'As time went on, he started sending me money literally just for pictures of my feet, which I'm sure anyone would do.
She adds: 'Then just recently he's sent me credit cards with big amounts on them like £2500 and told me to 'drain' the lot of them and treat me and my friends.
'He also sends me money for the feet pics quite regularly which is just really strange but definitely not complaining, it's only feet.'