Don’t send selfies to the insurance company

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Stringfellow’s post became so popular that it even made it across the pond to the UK where it got the attention of the British tabloid The Sun. In an interview with the paper, Stringfellow said “I was totally embarrassed and mortified that his entire office had seen my photos. I did think it was strange that he wanted photos of me, but I just thought he must need them to identify who I was. It was such a blonde moment but it has given so many people a laugh that I don’t care anymore.”

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