38-year-old Malaysian woman harasses guy and even offers his GF $323k to break up with him

A 38-year-old Malaysian woman decided to take the second option and has been harassing the guy of her dreams with messages and selfies but there is one big problem: He already has a girlfriend.

However, this fact has not fazed her.

The guy's girlfriend, Joey Tan, has taken to social media to rant about how this woman has been harassing her boyfriend, Danny.

She wrote:

"As a boyfriend or girlfriend, what would you do if you met this kind of woman?

"I have sacrificed a lot for my boyfriend and love him very much.

"The situation is not like what the woman claims.

"She also tried to make it seem like I was materialistic by twisting her words."

According to Moretify, the woman named Jocye (correct spelling) calls Danny "Hubby", "my love" and constantly asks him "where are you?" and "why are you not replying me?"

Jocye and Danny have been friends for 20 years, reports The Coverage.

She finally wore him down when he replied:

"I really don't know what to say to you anymore.

"Can you please not disturb me?

"I've blocked all of your social media accounts but you still manage to find me.

"You're really 'amazing'.

"Please don't send me anymore photos or messages, I don't want to see them."

However, she is still adamant about pursuing him and replied:

"Even if you block me, I can open a new account to look for you. I also have multiple SIM cards to call you with.

"So don't even think of blocking my number."

Joey backed up her boyfriend:

"Give up already. He'll never be yours and even if we break up at least he was mine before.

"Why should I break up with him? Just because you are rich? You want to use your money to buy his love?

"You told me before you will give me RM1 million ($323,000) to break up with him so where is the money?

"Why don't you name your price and I will pay you to get lost."

Jocye retorted:

"I'm rich, I have plenty of money to pay but you're not worth it.

"Please, you don't have enough money to pay me off."