02/12/2013 04:05 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Store-Bought Valentine's Day Card Includes Handwritten 'Help Me' Message From Pakistan: Is It A Hoax? (PHOTO)

This could be the worst thing to see in a card...besides bad jokes and generic love poems.

For today’s installment of “WTF,” we bring you a very unique Valentine’s Day, er, situation.

Reddit user wookiee_balls posted a photo of a valentine that was included in a sealed box of cards, allegedly store-bought by his/her friend. Nothing weird there. But, then the box was opened. The following handwritten note was found inside one of the cards.

Not only did the thought of receiving such a cryptic message in a packaged set of cards creep us out but now the rest of the Reddit world is currently trying to solve this bizarre mystery. Many have called the number to find it disconnected, while others are saying this is a hoax. We tried calling the number and it just kept ringing. But user karmasoul, who is also from Pakistan, called the number and claims to have spoken to Mr. Khan's brother. Karmasoul was informed that Mr. Khan is indeed real, and in communication with his family member. He is being held in prison on drug-related charges. User ArsenalPLC received the same answer when he called.

This isn’t being taken so seriously by other Reddit users. For instance Bettabecheddah suggests this might just be a prank. "What if this whole thing is an elaborate prank to get everyone to call his brother. 'LOL I am the funniest Khan brother, even when in jail.’”

Of course this isn't the first time something weird has happened to a Reddit user or their friends. Our very own HuffPost Comedy rounded up 49 bizarre things Reddit users have come home to. Click through the slideshow to see those and head over to Reddit to read more about this mystery and let us know in the comments below if you think it's real or faux.

UPDATE: As of 1:30 PM EST on February 12 the image has been removed off of Reddit.
UPDATE: As of 9:30 PM EST on February 12 a new photo blocking out the telephone number has been added to the thread. This story has been updated with that photo.

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