Leona aspin, 19, was stunned to be offered a pet dog in exchange for her iPhone 7 Plus after listing it for sale for £200 A woman trying to sell her iPhone online was stunned to be offered a pet dog in a swap deal Leona Aspin was hoping to get around £200 for her iPhone 7 Plus.So the 19-year-old was stunned when a potential buyer offered to part with her dog instead Ms Aspin, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was contacted earlier this week by a woman called Pamela who set up a Facebook Messenger group specifically for the deal She created the group with her first name followed by 'iPhone 7 Plus in Rose Gold 32 GB.'The conversation begins with Pamela saying: 'Swap for dog'.This is accompanied by a picture of a very cute-looking canine - possibly a terrier cross - which has a completely white body and a black left ear An amazed Ms Aspin responed: 'What?'Sharing the screenshot of their short conversation to Twitter she wrote later that day: 'Has this woman seriously just offered me her dog in exchange for a phone? What the f*** 'Among those to respond was @LewisTMartin, who wrote under Ms Aspin post:'Hahahaha wow made my night this Take the deal. It would be the best exchange of 2019 and we ain't even half way through the year ' Ms Aspin, from Blackburn, Lancashire, was contacted earlier this week by a woman called Pamela who set up a Facebook Messenger group specifically for the deal Above: The woman simply said 'swap for dog' and then sent a photo of the animal and a shocked Ms Aspin shared a screenshot of the excahnge The cute-looking canine - possibly a terrier cross - had a completely white body and a black left [email protected] wrote: 'Hahah f*** sake'@HazelClay 1 said: 'I once got offered a dog in exchange for a car I was selling The dog, according to the prospective buyer, was a 'jermanshepherd' with all her papers '@vecxre added: 'If she's willing to go that low for a trade then obv she doesn't love him I'd take that dog in a heartbeat, just look at him.' Ms Aspin was selling her iPhone 7 Plus in Rose Gold, above, when she was offered the [email protected] posted: 'Wtf Some right weirdos around. Poor dog clearly not loved at all.'The post actually sparked concern from some animal lovers who tagged the RSPCA into the tweet @izziebxo said: 'It's actually concerning how she's willing to swap a dog for a phone, surely the RSPCA need to be made aware of this woman? God knows what she's doing to the poor thing 'Ms Aspin said today: 'I messaged her again asking if she was serious and she didn't reply ' .