Reportedly, a woman in Queensland, Australia took out an ad in local newspaper MacKay and Whitsunday Life, exposing her cheating boyfriend’s actions for all to see.
The New York Post reported,
A full-page advertisement, costing between $1,000 and $1,500, was printed on page four from a scorned lover named Jenny.
“Dear Steve, I hope you’re happy with her,” the open letter read.
“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 went viral and others decided to join in their support for the jilted woman.
Adelaide pub posted a note to Jenny on its roadside sign saying,
“Dear Jenny, I’m sorry,”
“From all the Steves.”
The newspaper received dozens of messages inquiring about the message. A representative from the newspaper said, “We do not know who Steve is, but apparently he’s been very, very bad.”
They also stated, “We won’t be revealing any details about Jenny.”
The newspaper company, however, for obvious reasons, did not charge the credit card of the unknown man due to the possible charge of card fraud.
The Mackay and Whitsunday Life representative said, “We have not charged the credit card in question.”
However, the newspaper is urging Steve to come forward and take care of the bill.
Though support for ‘Jenny’ has been great, not all feel the story is genuine.
There are critics and skeptics claiming that Jenny and Steve did not exist at all and that the story is just a marketing scam.
One person wrote, “This has PR stunt written all over it.” Another said, “Good way of getting more likes and readers to your page.”
Whatever side of the story you find yourself on, we can hope that other “filthy cheaters” will think twice before cheating.