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The meanest website ever will text Game of Thrones spoilers to your enemies

Is there anyone in the world you dislike enough to ruin Game of Thrones for? We could think of a few politicians on either side of the EU Referendum debate, but apart from that, it’s slim pickings.

However, if you’re unfortunate to have been wronged to such an unimaginable extent, there’s a website designed especially for you.

The makers of the spoiled.io site will text out spoilers to the phone number of your choosing after you’ve handed over $0.99.

If that sounds like an incredibly ghastly trick to pull, then it is.

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“Do your friends love Game of Thrones, but watch it after it airs? Are you a terrible friend? Great!” reads the description on the unscrupulous site.

While there are multiple tools you can use to avoid GoT spoilers within your web browser and on social media, it’s much harder to avoid an unsolicited text sent directly to your phone.

If you’ve made a particularly vindictive enemy in the past few weeks, we’d advise blocking texts from all unknown senders until you’ve seen Sunday’s season finale.

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