Woman solves a crime on popular dating site Tinder; she caught the thief and handed to the victim

The dating apps environment is a strange place, where horrible interactions sometimes take place with your matches. When many of use these dating apps to find a date, a woman solves a crime on the dating site Tinder; she caught the thief and handed to the victim.

On the other side, there is a chance you might end up in absolutely gleaming conversations with complete strangers.

This is what happened to Emily Cochran (name changed) when she started chatting with someone on a popular dating site Tinder who had unfortunately lost an entire crate of La Croix - a brand of flavored sparkling water - they just bought.

In a very weird turn of events, she also matched with the sparkling water thief and was able to reunite the goods with their rightful owner.

Here is the process, how the conversation happened.

Emily first matched with a guy named Drew, who told her that he was having a very good day as he had just found an entire ‘rack’ of La Croix unattended, so he decided to take it home for himself.

A few minutes later she then matched with another guy, Raymond, who wasn’t having a very good day at all.

He had just brought an entire crate of the La Croix only to have it stolen, after leaving it unattended for a couple of minute.

Emily put two and two together and determined that Drew was the thief who had stolen Raymond’s drinks, and shared the conversation on another popular social media site, Twitter where it went viral.

She then put them in touch so they could reunite the La Croix to its rightful owner - solving the theft. Case closed.

She then shared cute videos and pictures they sent her of their meeting, where they shared a drink together.

According to The Daily Dot, Drew immediately expressed remorse after learning that he'd left someone without their La Croix and offered to take them back.

Needless to say, the very millennial coincidental exchange captivated people on Twitter, as Emily’s post was shared 236,000 times.

Even one person wrote: “omg this is amazing".