Cameron Merchant, aka one of the few MAFS stars who is still with his TV partner, has been shocked to learn that his photos are being used to catfish women on a dating app by someone in Ireland.

The former cricketer, who is married and has a baby with Jules Robinson, shared screenshots of the fake profile on Instagram and wrote, “I’m back in the dating game and back on the market.”

The dating app is called Badoo and it’s listed Cam with the name Mark, along with the bio: “Netflix, swimming, crazy, golf, bowling, rugby, movies, sport.”

And under the stats it says he’s single, straight, an occasional drinker and smoker, and speaks English.

“Can’t believe I’m an ‘occasional smoker’ though,” Cam joked in the caption. “But doing my best to quit entirely.. (You got this Mark.

“So if you’re lucky enough to match & go on a date with Mark in Ireland.. (First of all please know it isn’t actually me..) & secondly You better bring your Crazy Golf A game.”

His MAFS bride turned IRL missus, Jules, commented on the post: “They cut me out!!! How rude,” meaning she must’ve been the gal in the piccy on the last slide that’s been cropped out. Awks.

It’s likely that Cam’s pics were stolen by someone in Ireland because his season of MAFS recently started airing in the UK and Cam and Jules’ relationship has been met with acclaim from viewers.

Their co-star Ines Basic, however, did not fare quite so well, and many folks have taken to social media to call her out and it’s like 2019 all over again.

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