This is Umulkhayr Hussein. She's 23-years-old and lives in London where she's working on her Masters in International Communications and Development.
Hussein has been texting photos to herself on WhatsApp in recent years, in an effort to save memory on her phone. (Good hack, btw).
However, recently Hussein realised there was someone else on the other side of her texts. Turns out she wasn't sending them to herself. Actually, she'd gotten one of the digits in the number wrong and whoever was on the other side had decided to finally respond.
"That was pretty much our entire conversation," Hussein said. "Don't see myself reaching out either, I'm still way too embarrassed. Not a clue why they didn't say anything sooner though!"
Hussein tweeted about her mishap with a screenshot of the brief conversation she had with the mystery number. It went viral almost instantly.
"Responses are quite varied; some are really curious as to why I'd send photos to myself and others love to give unwarranted tech advice," she said.
People are indeed quite enthused, particularly with Hussein's bemused response.
Hussein still hasn't heard from the person behind the mystery number since that first interaction. Whoever they are, it's unlikely they'll be receiving any more selfies.
Brad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia.