Meet NYC’s most ‘undateable’ man Billy Peck

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An aspiring actor was so offensively blunt about a blind date he was set up on by Time Out New York, he has been trolled on Twitter nonstop by wrathful women.

Billy Peck — who describes himself as a “Disney prince” on his Twitter bio and is “known for playing young, fiery characters with hidden vulnerability,” according to IMDb — was set up with unsuspecting brunette Alyssa Marino, 24, who works in video production for Vanity Fair.

Social media users turned on Peck, also 24, after his review of the dinner, published in the magazine, noted that Marino “was about five minutes late, which annoyed the s–t out of me,” and he immediately saw that “she didn’t have the goods.” The Upper East Side resident also said he’s so busy, it takes “more than just a beautiful woman to turn his head.”

During what could be the worst blind date ever, when Marino ordered a steak well-done at the Greenwich Steakhouse, Peck said, “I was like, ‘Live your life, but this is not Outback Steakhouse, girl.’ ”

They had ice cream for dessert, and Marino wrote it was “awesome.” Peck, however, opined, “I was trying to be nice and end the date . . . and she was like, ‘Yay! Ice cream!’ So that was another 20 minutes.” He grudgingly concluded of the date, “I feel like I took two hours of my time and just burned it.”

In return, Peck was roasted alive on Twitter.‏

User @katersgonakate5 wrote, “And with one article, Billy Peck made sure everyone stayed away from his peck.”

And @CascadiaForever posted, “Billy’s a very busy actor, so I assume he waited for Alyssa to leave before he bussed the table.”

Peck, of course, claimed that the magazine had “grossly misquoted” him (a Time Out source insists they did not), moaned that he was bullied online, and deleted his Twitter account.

But rejoice, New York women: Time Out is giving Peck — who couldn’t be reached for comment — an opportunity to redeem himself.

Editor-in-chief Joel Meares tells Page Six, “If Billy wants to join our Undateables again to get another chance, we’re all up for it.”

Meares also noted that the column is “called ‘Undateables’ for a reason.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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