Love Island’s Yewande Biala was almost kidnapped and ‘thought she would die’ on terrifying Tinder date

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Yewande Biala has claimed the she was nearly "kidnapped" and feared she was going to be killed on a terrifying Tinder date.

The 26 year old has opened up on the horrifying experience, which took place "in the middle of nowhere" and detailed how she came up with a plan to escape.

Love Island star Yewande revealed she had planned safely for the date, getting her mum to drop her off, and was even relieved when she thought her date was "a decent person."

She also admitted that because she is not an affectionate person, she was unsure whether the man's actions were the norm as he "scratched her leg".

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Yewande said of the ordeal: "I got my mam to drop me somewhere close-ish enough from the house. Picked me up right, looked at him and I thought: 'Not too bad! You don't look like your tinder picture but you're not too far away.' Grand.

"We were in the car we got to the bar, got some drinks it was going grand. I said to him: 'Listen, I thought you were gonna be a psychopath but turns out you're actually a decent person.' We laughed."

She continued: "Then we were heading back to his car right and with me, obviously most people know, I'm not really the most affectionate type of person.

"When I say I don't really like affection I'm being deadly serious. It does take me a while and I'm not messing.

"So he kinda so he had his hand around my hip/waist, I was a little bit uncomfortable because unless I get to know you, I'm hesitant when it comes to touching. But then I soon realised that he wasn't just grabbing me by the waist he was checking if I was wearing knickers!

"I could literally feel his fingers going up and down multiple times, so I was thinking: 'What are you trying to do?'"

She continued to tell PrettyLittleThing's Behind Closed Doors podcast: "So, me being me, I was like 'Right maybe this is normal for people who like affection, maybe this is what people do?' So I'm just gonna go with it and this is gonna be fine.

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"I got into the car with my seatbelt on. He was driving me home. Now bare in mind I live in Meath and people who live in Meath near Enfield – it is the middle of nowhere! There are cows and sheep left, right and centre. I live in the middle of nowhere.

"He's driving me home, and this guy starts feeling my legs. Not feeling… scratching with his nails. For some reason he thought this was sexy. He starts scratching my leg and I'm thinking 'Oh my god what am I gonna do? I have no credit, I can't call anyone. I can't actually jump out the car cos I was in the middle of nowhere and what am I gonna do?'.

"And then he starts like asking me what colour underwear I have on! I thought I was going to get kidnapped. I was like, 'this is how people die and get locked up in dungeons' like this is how it happens!

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"I was too scared to react cos I was like: 'What if this goes south and he just goes insane? Then what am I going to do?'"

Coming up with a plan to escape, Yewande continued: "So I get him to drop me in some random estate that isn't even no where near my house, and then I end up walking home.

"Pretend like I’m going into this random persons house right, then he drives off. And then I go home and get a message saying 'oh hey, I hope I wasn't being too forward, hope you had a great time…' in what life?!

"Then I went to tell my friends and they were like yeah, that normally doesn't happened, maybe you should not use Tinder!"

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