A man who commented a stream of abuse on a woman's screenshotted Tinder profile after it was uploaded could face up to three years jail time for his actions.
Zane Alchin, 25, who is a labourer in Sydney, is now pleading guilty to the charge of using a carriage service to menace, harass or offend.
The abuse occurred after 31-year-old Chris Hall posted a screenshot of Olivia Melville's Tinder profile to Facebook, where she was quoting Canadian hip-hop artist Drake: "Type of girl who will suck you dry and then eat some lunch with you".
Zane posted abuse on the status, and then when Olivia's friends defended her on a different post, he commented back 55 messages of abuse.
Fairfax reports some of the messages included comments like:
"I think you should have ya tubes tied baby"
"What law am I breaking? I'm not the one out of the f---ing kitchen."
He even commented mentioning 'the best thing about raping feminists'.
Paloma Brierley Newton, 24, screenshotted the abuse and handed it to police.
Alchin was arrested in October last year and claimed that he was drunk at the time and was not aware trolling was a crime.
Paloma started a Facebook group called 'Sexual Violence Won't Be Silenced' and has spoken out about the crime: "I think that, by standing up and saying that he is guilty of a crime, it can put an end to all the backlash of, 'This is just the internet, this isn't a crime.'"