An unusual ad in an Australian newspaper has caught the eye. This is because a disgruntled woman decided to shame her “cheater” partner through a full-page ad. The photo of the ad has now gone viral, cracking people on the internet.
The photo was shared on Facebook by Mackay and Whitsunday Life weekly after questions were raised about the ad. “Dear Steve, I hope you are happy with her. Now the whole town will know what a filthy impostor you are. From Jenny,” the ad read.
Well, her revenge wasn’t limited to this. According to the photo, the woman eventually revealed that she paid for the ad with her partner’s credit card. “P.S. I bought this ad with your credit card,” it read.
When the newspaper was put into circulation, it aroused the curiosity of readers, who quickly contacted the publication seeking details about the ad. The newspaper shared in the Facebook post that it was “flooded” with reports about the ad and decided to tackle it.
“We were inundated this morning with dozens of posts about the Advert on page 4 of Mackay Life – Because there are too many to respond to; we’d like to raise it here,” the publication wrote.
The paper clarified the questions, stressing that they know nothing about the person, Steve, mentioned in the ad. “But apparently he’s been really, really bad,” it added. The publication also made it clear that they would not reveal any details about Jenny. Interestingly, the paper added that they “did not charge the credit card in question”.
The full-page ad seemed to have made the morning of many who kept rolling on the floor except Steve.
Users soon flocked to the comment section with their funny reactions. “Good of you, Jenny. I hope karma bites him greatly,” wrote one user.
Another said, “Good on you, Jenny.”
“Well done mate”, read one of the comments.
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