There's a service that will spoil Game of Thrones for your enemies
Be careful who you piss off
For a charge of $0.99 per episode, Spoiled.io will automatically and anonymously send out a text to a phone number of your choice that ruins the newest episode of the hit HBO fantasy series.
The messages will be sent after each episode airs, which means it will catch anyone who doesn't watch the episode live.
So you can imagine why this may be a huge problem if you don't fancy staying up until 2am on Monday morning to watch the latest episode.
The spoiling texts service first emerged in June 2016 before the final episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones.
Spoiled.io published to Twitter the responses it got from unsuspecting people who had the episode spoiled for them by the texting service.
And the most vindictive thing about it all? Once you pay for the text, the service will email you a link so you may view any texted responses to the spoilers they send out.
A Lannister always pays their debts...