A Lidl shopper is on the hunt for a “hot male” she flirted with when picking up her groceries.
Ana Palmer, a beauty consultant, was shopping in Tavistock, Devon, when a stranger caught her eye.
She lingered as she loaded her car with shopping and the pair swapped a few words before the mysterious man drove away.
The single mum believes the customer was “checking her out” – and says even her 12-year-old daughter Andrea noticed too.
So in a bid to see if there really was a spark there, Ana now hopes to find the hunky stranger.
She posted on the Tavistock Parish community Facebook page to start the search, PlymouthLive reports.
The mum’s post reads: “Whilst grocery shopping in Lidl today I was approached by very handsome male!
“Who and where are you?
“You were in possession of a white Audi (I did take a long time loading my shopping in my car on purpose & so that I got the chance to see some more of you) and you were joking with me like there was no tomorrow so I'm guessing you are single!
“Get in touch and let's see where this takes us!
“I'm hoping that our first date at Lidl won't be our one and only date!”
The post has racked up dozens of comments – and many have wished Ana good luck.
Sadly, as of yet, the mum is yet to track down the “handsome stranger”.
She spoke to PlymouthLive about the search, admitting: “I felt like I missed out on something.
“I wanted to talk to him but I cannot make dates or hook up with men while my daughter is there.”
She added that they were both wearing face marks, which also made things difficult, though he did say something about Brighton which she did not quite catch.
Apart from a possible connection to Sussex, all she know about him is the white Audi.
She said it was pretty quiet in the shop at the time of the encounter between 5pm and 7pm.
Ana added that he was about 5ft 10ins and dressed in T-shirt and shorts, but his clothes were stylish and he was well-groomed.
The mum, who is originally from Romania and has a BA degree in fashion, described herself as a “classy lady”.
She added that she herself was wearing a long orange dress.
Ana, who works at Boots in Tavistock, said: “There is no pressure, we can just meet up for coffee or something.”
But she joked: “If we do get together, one of us will have to take their rice cooker back because we would not need two.”
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