Curtis Woodhouse is a former professional soccer player who turned to boxing in 2006. After recently suffering a loss to Shayne Singleton, Woodhouse found himself in the crosshairs of a troll with a Twitter account.
@woodhousecurtis Haha u lost u silly mug fight a 10 year old next time if u want to actually win u waste of spunk— the master (@jimmyob88) March 11, 2013
Unfortunately for the troll, Woodhouse decided that he wasn't going to take such abuse sitting down. Somehow, he managed to discover what street his antagonist lives on, and he set out to pay him a visit while mercilessly live-tweeting his trip.
sat nav says im 47 minutes away, im getting a hard on!! @jimmyob88— curtis woodhouse (@woodhousecurtis) March 11, 2013
With shit getting much more real than the troll had ever intended, he quickly and pathetically changed his tone:
@woodhousecurtis i am sorry its getting abit out of hand i am in the wrong i accept that— the master (@jimmyob88) March 11, 2013
So we've all learned a valuable lesson: Don't ever assume that the internet guarantees anonymity, and don't ever troll a guy who makes his living by punching people in the face.