Scarlett Moffatt left shaken as she revealed she was nearly kidnapped by a stranger

Scarlett Moffatt broke down in tears as she revealed a stranger tried to kidnap her from a train station in a moving video posted to her Instagram account on Wednesday night.

The TV personality, 31, was badly shaken after the incident, in which a man stalked her social media to find her.

Scarlett recounted the terrifying encounter, where the man approached her and said, “You’re coming home with me.”

Traumatic: Scarlett Moffat broke down in tears on Wednesday night as she revealed a stranger tried to kidnap her from a train station

The TV star recalled the horrific story to warn her followers about the dangers of posting your location on social media.

She explained that she shared that she was on her way to London earlier today, only to be intercepted by the Stranger at King’s Cross.

Luckily, Scarlett was able to escape thanks to the efforts of two eagle-eyed train guards who rescued her and drove her to her hotel to ensure her safety.

In distress: The 31-year-old was badly shaken after the incident, in which a man stalked her social media to find her

In distress: The 31-year-old was badly shaken after the incident, in which a man stalked her social media to find her

A grateful Scarlett took to her Instagram Stories to begin: ‘Okay, I’m going to do this video, and not for attention or anything like that.

“First of all, I want to say a big thank you to Neil and Danny who work for LNER, as it’s not in your job description to walk me to my hotel and I really, really appreciate it.”

Fighting back tears, she continued: “I’m going to tag LNER so they can see this because honestly I don’t know what I would have done without you.”

“I do this to make people realize the importance of using social media and not always posting where you are.

Warning: The TV star recalled the horrific story to warn followers of the dangers of posting your location on social media

Warning: The TV star recalled the horrific story to warn followers of the dangers of posting your location on social media

Warning: The TV star recalled the horrific story to warn followers of the dangers of posting your location on social media

‘I stupidly, naively posted on Instagram saying, ‘On my way to London on the train’ and when I got to King’s Cross station there was a guy there – oh sorry wait [crying].

‘Sorry, I composed myself. I think because Danny and Neil were there, I stayed calm.

“But this guy came up to me and said, ‘Scarlett, I’ve been waiting for you. You are coming home with me. And then I said “Oh no, thank you” and left.

“And then he followed me and said, ‘Scarlett, Scarlett, you’re coming home with me. I’m taking you home with me.

“And then luckily the train guard saw us, because it was just outside King’s Cross station, and then he was like, ‘Come here! Oh, Scarlett, hi!”, pretending I was like with them, then walked me to my hotel. ‘

Reflecting on her ordeal, an emotional Scarlett added: “I think it just struck us how really scary it was.”

‘But I want to tell you, don’t post [where you are], you don’t know who is watching your stories. But I want to post a picture of Danny and Neil, the absolute legends that they are.

“Actually, I’m going to post this pic tomorrow because I realized you can probably tell which hotel I’m at by posting it. Oh my word, I had never even thought of that before. Please people be careful what you post.

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