A SICK troll has set up a fake Tinder dating profile posing as missing child Madeleine McCann.
The vile profile, created near Renfrewshire, Scotland, features a picture of the missing child wearing a black headscarf.
The sick fake Tinder profile was spotted by a user living in Renfrewshire[/caption]
In the Tinder bio, “Maddie, 18”, claims to “just want some loving”.
The description underneath the twisted photoshopped image, reads: “Just want some loving, I have daddy issues, here for a good yin.”
It was spotted by a 21-year-old man after he matched with the profile because it was a woman, aged between 18 and 30 and living within 30 miles of his home.
THE BIO IS QUITE SICK
He told the Daily Record: “It’s a pretty horrible thing to do.
“I know there’s a lot of chat right now about Madeleine McCann after the Netflix documentary, but I think this has just gone too far.
“For someone to go to these lengths to make a joke out of a missing young girl is just shocking, it’s sad really.
“And the bio is even worse, it’s quite sick.”
SECOND PROFILE IN THREE MONTHS
It comes just three months after another Maddie Tinder profile was created in the Glasgow area.
In the description section of the account, the troll described Maddie as “hide n seek world champion 2007”.
The profile read: “Had the worst holiday in Portugal, would not recommend to a friend.
“Just down at the pub drinking sangria x”.
Three-year-old Maddie disappeared from an apartment during a family holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal in May 2007.
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Police believe Madeleine was snatched by a paedophile or a member of a trafficking gang.
The heartbreaking and unsolved case of Maddie’s whereabouts is currently being reexamined in a Netflix documentary series called “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann”.
Scotland Yard is waiting hear if the Home Office will grant a further £150,000 to continue its £12million search for another 12 months.
The Sun Online has contacted Tinder for comment.
Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann are waiting to hear on new funding to continue their search[/caption]
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