After his unsuccessful visit to Ukraine to meet his “mail order bride”, Carl decided he should be the one making the rules.

The screenshots show memos in perfect English telling how “Nat” thinks of life with her American beau, although she doesn’t wish to hear any more of his “sex stories”, because they make her “feel jealous”.

The Ukrainian bride is 30 years younger than her aging, daily drinking groom with 3 DIY’s under his belt.

Nat’s visit to the USA, to which she easily agreed, has been already delayed twice: first she had problems with tax, which she hadn’t paid, and then she couldn’t go to Kiev to collect her visa because of unrest.

She doesn’t have a computer with Internet access and cannot chat to him online or on the phone, the only thing she can do is to send letters through a translator.

TV show depicts Carl, a father of two adult daughters, who believes he has been dating a Ukrainian woman from Odessa for 2 years, although he has never met “Natalie” in person or even spoke to her on camera, video, Skype, or phone.

During this time, the grey-haired suitor even flew to Ukraine to meet his prospective bride but precisely during his visit, his sweetheart who loves talking to him and intends to spend the rest of her life with him had to go away to Turkey on a business trip for the whole 2 weeks he was there.

Despite all pointers that it’s a scam as highlighted by Dr.

Phil during the program, Carl still insists that he is going to prove everyone wrong, that Natalie exists and they will be together.

For two years Carl has been paying to PPL dating sites for letters.

He spent over ,000 on his trip to Ukraine, but never managed to meet the mysterious Natalie, who is supposed to be a business owner in Odessa, Ukraine.

Unfortunately, she cannot speak English and her notes have to be translated. Phil lists on the screen pointers, typical of online dating scams, with Carl’s love interest scoring multiple ticks.