You can delete Luke Garbutt from the list of Fulham players sent a social media profile on Facebook pretending to be a 15-year-old girl.
The Everton loanee is a fan of Twitter's 140 characters, but wasn’t caught out by the club’s experiment with Facebook warning the U18s about the dangers of misusing the medium.
Disgraced former Sunderland and England player Adam Johnson is facing jail for child abuse with a 15-year-old where social media messages formed part of his downfall.
Ex-Fulham boss Kit Symons revealed the club also run the clandestine operation to tempt and chastise any would-be Johnsons - with devastating results.
Symons said: ”Some of the young players fell for it as real. It was a short, sharp shock.
"You can tell lads about getting caught out and they’ll think ‘oh they won’t catch me’ and then that happens, they are caught.”
Garbutt fronted up on Twitter after his self-confessed poor performance in a 3-0 defeat to Blackburn three weeks ago, and insists Twitter can be an asset to a footballer when used properly.
He said: “The social media side is how you can connect to fans. If you abuse it, it can go horribly wrong.
“In that sense, I owed it to the fans to hold my hands up (after Blackburn). You can hold your hands up and express your opinion and I got a positive response out of it.
“The fake messages? I haven’t been alarmed by it, and no one’s spoken to me about it.”
After a 2-2 draw with Reading, Garbutt and co gear up for a tough, tough home encounter against top of the table Burnley tomorrow night.
The left-sided player says Saturday results at the foot of the table where Fulham are a mere five points have added zest to the Clarets encounter.
“At Reading, maybe we could have gone on to get a win. In the end, we held on defensively and got a point.
“I believe we can get a result on Tuesday, especially as the results around us didn’t go our way - but I think the Reading point could turn out to be vital by the end of the season.”