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Poster campaign targets cheating husband in England

The posters show the man's face and list his name, date of birth and phone number.
By Evan Bleier   |   May 19, 2014 at 1:26 PM   |   Comments

PRESTWICH, England, May 19 (UPI) -- A "cheating" husband in England is the target of a negative poster campaign that is being carried out by his wife.

The alleged adulterer's wife is putting posters all over town in Prestwich that show her cheating husband's face and list his name, date of birth and phone number.

"Local lying cheating scumbag. Married, father of 2," the poster reads. "Ran out on family + left a note to inform them."


"I work in Prestwich and I'd spotted a couple pinned up on walls just up the road earlier in the day but hadn't really stopped to read it until I was getting my bus home," Maria Jansen told the Manchester Evening News. "Good on her I say, if he's done that he wants naming and shaming and I hope he's suitably embarrassed."

The posters have been put up at bus stops and place on lampposts and many people have seen them.

"I think it's hilarious. It serves him right if he's left his wife like that, he shouldn't just be allowed to get away with it," said local resident Carla Moore. "I doubt he'll be happy about it, but so what? It's the perfect revenge."

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