An Aussie woman recently printed a full-page newspaper ad to expose her “filthy cheater” boyfriend. “Now the whole town will know what a filthy cheater you are”, read the newspaper ad that the woman apparently got printed using her cheating boyfriend’s credit card. They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. The Australian woman who chose a unique way to expose her boyfriend proves that notion just right.
While not much about the woman has been reported, it is being speculated that the woman is identified as Jenny. Jenny recently chose to serve a dish called revenge so cold, that it went viral across nations. The woman got the ad printed in an Australian newspaper called Mackay and Whitsunday Life.
The ad, which was reportedly published on the August 12 edition of the paper, read, “Dear Steve, I hope you’re happy with her. Now the whole town will know what a filthy cheater you are. From Jenny.”
The woman added a post-script, which would’ve likely acted as a salt to the wound of the alleged cheater. “P.S. I bought this ad using your credit card,” it read.
After Jenny’s tongue-in-cheek act went viral, the newspaper itself took to Facebook and shared more about the account. It revealed that the woman in question booked the ad via the newspaper’s online portal.
The Facts of the Matter
An Australian woman recently gave her allegedly cheating boyfriend a good lesson which he may remember for the rest of his life. The woman, identified only as Jenny, allegedly put out a full-page newspaper ad to expose her “filthy cheater” of a boyfriend. Additionally, she also used the cheating boyfriend’s credit card to get the ad out.
Jenny Chooses Unique way to Express Anger
Being cheated on is arguably one of the worst feelings a person could have. Such an incident could leave a partner enraged in the short-term and scarred in the long-run. Jenny chose to express her rage in a unique way.
Exposing BF Through Ad
Instead of getting into a shouting match with the allegedly cheating boyfriend, or damaging the cheating boyfriend’s property, Jenny went for a more passive aggressive approach. She reached out to Mackay and Whitsunday Life, a newspaper in Queensland Australia, and got a full-page ad printed out, in which she exposed her boyfriend.
“Dear Steve, I hope you’re happy with her. Now the whole town will know what a filthy cheater you are. From Jenny. P.S. I bought this ad using your credit card,” the ad, which was published in capital letters, read.
Publication Bombarded By Callers Seeking Gossip
The newspaper in question has a readership of over 50,000 people. As soon as the newspaper went into the hands of the readers, the publication started receiving one call after the other, wanting more gossip about the ordeal.
To quash random rumours, and give its subscribers an honest insight into the incident, the newspaper had to eventually take to its social media. In a Facebook post, the newspaper mentioned that they won’t be revealing more details about Jenny.
“He’s been very, very bad”
It further added that Jenny reached out for the ad via its online portal. The newspaper also chose not to divulge information as to how much Jenny paid for the ad, which came from the cheating spouse’s credit card. “We do NOT know who Steve is, but apparently he’s been very, very bad,” the newspaper mentioned.