A girl undercover went to her best friend's date to make sure it went well
Dawsyn Eubanks was enjoying a meal with her new beau when she received a text from her concerned friend.
Miss Eubanks, an actress from Dallas, Texas, was freaked out to be asked by friend Georgia Hoyer why she was not eating.
And when she looked round she spotted a weird figure sitting two tables away she spotted Miss Hoyer – "disguised" in sunglasses, a black hoody and false moustache.
A hilarious snap of Miss Hoyer grinning at the camera from her vantage point has been retweeted over 132,000 times with a further 311,000 likes.
Miss Eubanks tweeted the picture yesterday with the caption: "When your best friend wants to make sure your first date goes well."
The first photo shows the text she received from Miss Hoyer whilst on her date, which read: "Why aren't you eating your food?"
Dawsyn Eubanks was out on a date with her new beau
Miss Hoyer proved to be a concerned friend
Miss Eubanks, who is on the books of Dallas-based Kim Dawson talent agency, replied: "What?"
Before Miss Hoyer told her: "Look behind you."
The other pictures show what Miss Eubanks saw when she looked over her shoulder.
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The first picture shows Miss Hoyer, dressed in a black hoody with the hood up, dark sunglasses and a fake moustache, staring directly back in the direction of the first date.
The second picture shows her with her face back down, whilst sitting alone, at a table behind them.
Twitter users were quick to react to the hilarious tweet.
The girls shared their funny anecdote on Twitter
Jordyn Sandoval wrote: "Oh my god, yes this is great."
Jo commented: "I want to be friends with her so much."
While Destiny added: "For a moment I thought she was wearing a Guy Fawkes mask."
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