A spurned mum who posted a naked snap of her ex online with mocking captions now faces jail.

Yasmin Walker uploaded the raunchy picture of her former partner’s manhood onto her Instagram, which boasts 1,300 followers.

Alongside the revealing image, which was accompanied by laughing emojis, the 29-year-old wrote: "What the f*** is that?"

Mum-of-two Walker reportedly posted the x-rated shot after she was dumped following a short relationship.

The victim, who is a father, was in the cinema with his son when he started getting warning messages from pals who had seen the explicit post.

He ran out of the cinema and rang Walker, begging her to delete it.

After refusing to take down the picture, she goaded him over WhatsApp, writing: "Not my fault you got a little dick and is s*** in bed."

Walker now faces jail for revenge porn, The Sun reported.

The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said some people have found the incident funny because he's a man.

"I have had nights out where people have been shouting stuff about it," he told The Sun.

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Walker, of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, was found guilty of disclosing a personal sexual photo with intent to cause distress at the town's magistrates’ court.

Philip Morris, prosecuting, said the mum "attempted, quite callously, to humiliate him".

He said: "We use the phrase 'Hell hath no fury' and that is what it’s about. It’s known as revenge porn."

Walker had claimed she posted the picture accidentally.

She wept in court when told others had been jailed for four to six months but smiled and posed for photos outside court.

She will be sentenced next month.

Legislation designed to clamp down on revenge porn was introduced in 2015.

People found guilty of sharing nude photos of others without consent can now face up to two years behind bars.

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