Woman called fat on date bags £800 from wellwishers after spending £93 on lad

A stunning brunette who launched an appeal to get her money back after claiming she travelled 82 miles and spent £93 for a Tinder date only to be called fat has been given nearly £800 from wellwishers.

Jade Savage, 28, from Syston, Leics, said she travelled for almost four hours to get to Peterborough only for the bloke to tell her she had put weight on.

Following the disaster date, carer Jade choose to see the funny side and set up a GoFundMe page in a bid to recoup some of the costs she claims she wasted on train tickets.

She initially set a target of £90 but on Wednesday had already raised £795 as the cash and messages of support flooded in.

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And now the curvy babe has been inundated with date offers from blokes keen to get to know the Leics lass.

Chris Curtis donated £10 and told her "B*****s to men like that.

“I’d come from Leeds and take you out than have you take the train. Have a bottle of wine on me!"

Andrew Burton, who donated £5, gushed: “I hope you find a special guy that deserves to be with someone as beautiful as yourself.”

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Meanwhile, Chris X, appeared happy to get involved in whatever capacity he could.

He wrote: “Not the full 90 but at least it contributes…”

Arriving at Peterborough station for her disaster date, Jade was told by the lad, 27, that she had put on weight and didn’t look as good as she did on their previous date just one month earlier.

The mum-of-one then went with her car salesman date to his motor where he dished out yet more grief, telling her again she was too fat, before she pulled the plug on the evening.

She previously told The Sun: “My mates were laughing with me, saying, ‘You’ve paid £90 to go to Peterborough, be called fat and then get sent home.’ It was the worst and shortest date I’ve been on

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