Cheating is an ugly thing to do; it's a betrayal of someone's trust and love, and everyone handles it differently.
Some are used to it, some refuse to trust others, and some take a little revenge, like this woman Jenny who handles it by telling the world.
Sadly, Cheating Is Normal
Unfortunately, cheating has become an ugly norm for some relationships in modern society.
Many people cheat on each other - either it's a one-time thing or an ongoing partner on the side.
The Rise of Cheating
Cheating has certainly gained popularity in the modern day.
There are websites like ashleymadison.com that help people who are fed up with their marriage find others to cheat on their spouse with.
Jenny's Boyfriend Cheated On Her
Jenny here is one of those people who was cheated on. But for her, she wanted everyone to know that her boyfriend Steve was a two-timer.
So what did she do?
She Bought A Full Page Ad
She bought a full-page advertisement in the local newspaper and called him out for his cheating.
Oh, and she used his credit card to buy the ad. Poetic justice at its finest!
Viral Story For A Local Newspaper
This story helped the local newspaper go viral.
According to Mackay & Whitsunday Life's website, their paper has a community of 50,000 people, and online the story had spread like wildfire, garnering the interest of national and international news outlets.
Mackay & Whitsunday Life's Post
Mackay and Whitsunday Life took to Facebook to answer the numerous questions they were receiving,
"1. We do NOT know who Steve is, but apparently, he's been very, very bad. 2. We won't be revealing any details about Jenny. 3. We have not charged the credit card in question."
People Want More From The Story
After the news spread, people jumped to add to the story, like this sign maker making light of the situation.
Of course, it probably wasn't Jenny's Steve, but hopefully, Jenny appreciates the sentiment.
Newspapers Aren't Dead
While this story doesn't have a great beginning, let's hope Jenny received the closure she needed.
And let's appreciate that newspapers haven't died out and still bring us enjoyable stories.