"The Whole Town Will Know...": Woman's Ad Revenge On "Filthy Cheater"

“The Whole Town Will Know…”: Woman’s Ad Revenge On “Filthy Cheater”

The picture was shared by the weekly newspaper, Mackay and Whitsunday Life, on Facebook after it was bombarded with queries about the advert.

There has been a lot of attention paid to an unusual advertisement in an Australian newspaper.

Apparently, the reason for this is that a disgruntled woman decided to shame her “cheater” partner through a full-page advertisement in the newspaper.

In recent days, a photo of the advertisement has gone viral on the Internet, making people laugh out loud.

“The Whole Town Will Know…”: Woman’s Ad Revenge On “Filthy Cheater”

"The Whole Town Will Know...": Woman's Ad Revenge On "Filthy Cheater"
“The Whole Town Will Know…”: Woman’s Ad Revenge On “Filthy Cheater”

Mackay and Whitsunday Life, a weekly newspaper in the Whitsunday region of the Northern Territory, shared the picture on Facebook after being bombarded with questions regarding the advertisement.

It is my sincere hope that you are satisfied with her, Steve. There is no doubt in my mind that the whole town will know how filthy a cheater you are now. In the advertisement, it was written, “From Jenny.”.

It is important to note that her revenge was not limited to this. According to the picture, the woman revealed that, at the end of the day, she had used her partner’s credit card to pay for the advertisement. “PS. According to the ad, I purchased this advertisement using your credit card.

The advertisement that appeared in the newspaper sparked the curiosity of the readers, who soon reached out to the publication looking for more information on the advert as soon as it was circulated.

According to the newspaper, in its Facebook post, it shared that it had been inundated with messages regarding the advertisement, so it decided to respond to them.

“We have been inundated with dozens of messages this morning about the advertisement on page four of Mackay Life.

Because there are so many, we would like to address this issue in this article,” the publication wrote on its Facebook page.

In response to the queries, the newspaper went on to clarify that they did not know anything about the person named Steve, who is mentioned in the advertisement.

“But apparently he’s been very, very bad so far,” the article added. Furthermore, the publication made it clear that no information about Jenny would be revealed as a result of the article.

As an interesting note, the newspaper added that they have not charged the credit card in question.

In spite of the fact that Steve’s morning was made to roll on the floor, many others were left rolling on the floor by the full-page advertisement.

It did not take long for users to react with their amusing reactions in the comment section of the article. It is good to see you succeed, Jenny.

One user wrote, “I hope karma bites him in the face big time,” in response to his comment.