Ramsay Bolton in Game of Thrones Season6
Have any enemies who like Game of Thrones? Now you can mess with them by sending them a neverending series of spoilers HBO

A website targeting Game of Thrones fans allows users to annoy people they don't like by sending them an endless stream of spoilers from the popular TV show at the price of just $0.99 (£0.67) per phone number.

Spoiled.io is a fairly evil website that was apparently created by someone who was inspired by the tale of a woman on Reddit who decided to get back at a cheating ex-boyfriend by texting him Game of Thrones spoilers every evening – hopping from one friend's mobile phone to another so that even if one number were blocked by the receiver, others could still get through.

The website offers to do something similar – the user can pay a one-time payment of $0.99 per phone number using their credit card, and for the rest of the season of Game of Thrones, every week as soon as the episode has aired, the website will text spoilers, including graphic and revealing images, to the number of your choice.

The prank can be played anywhere in the world on any international mobile number, and the website clearly uses technology to disguise the number where the texts originate from, as the creators say, "a man is no one".

While this certainly an ingenious and hilarious prank, there's only one episode of Game of Thrones Season 6 left to go, so you'll just have to get your credit cards ready for the next, and possibly very last, season, which will probably hit the airwaves in April 2017.