Dozens of laminated signs were spotted around the English town centre addressed to a Graham, informing him that the keys to his Mercedes Benz had been thrown into a canal, door locks had been changed, and his credit card had been maxed out.
The signs were illustrated with a heart hanging from a noose, alongside the the message: “If she is so good in bed you can stay there!”.
Linda also wished her former flame a happy new year, signing off with three passive aggressive kisses.
There's a woman in #Warwick called Linda who's had the sweetest revenge on Graham. Every single lamp post in the town ......— Kate (@KateSE4) January 7, 2017
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As neither Linda nor Graham have actually been identified, it’s unclear whether the signs were part of a publicity stunt.
Many suggested Throwing Rocks – a company that designs and prints quality poster boards – was behind the signs, as its website was printed in small lettering at the bottom of each. However, the company denied it’d orchestrated the stunt to promote the business on Twitter.
it's our way of letting you know who provided the service. It saves people from hounding our clients to find out who we are.— Throwing Rocks (@throwingrocksuk) January 7, 2017
You don't question @CadburyUK when they put logos on their bars of chocolate. If our customer agrees, we put our url.— Throwing Rocks (@throwingrocksuk) January 8, 2017
If this whole love saga is the real deal, we’re just grateful we’re not in Graham’s shoes.