Heartbroken Woman Sends 'Cheating' Ex-Boyfriend A Tonne Of Onions
Many of us have experienced some degree of 'heartbreak' and it's quite natural to want revenge on whoever caused it, which explains why one woman sent her ex-boyfriend a tonne of onions in a bid to 'make him cry as much as I did':
The ex-girlfriend claims she was left devastated when she found out her partner had cheated on her before he dumped her.
She was apparently furious that her former flame didn't shed any tears despite her sobbing for three days, which is when she had the idea to send the tearful veg.
With that in mind, she ordered a tonne of red onions to be delivered to his front door alongside a note that read: "I've cried for three days, now it's your turn."
The delivery driver with a truck load of root vegetables turned up to the address in Zibo in Shandong, east China, on Saturday with strict instructions to not contact the recipient of the delivery but to 'just dump the onions at the front door'. Clear and concise, we'll give her that.
According to the MailOnline, the delivery driver spent four hours moving the onions from the vehicle to the front door.
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The woman told local media: "I heard from my friends that he was not upset at all after breaking up [with me]. I spent three days at home crying. I was so heart-broken.
"So, I ordered a tonne of onions to his home. I've got money. I wanted him to know the taste of tears."
When the woman's ex realised what had happened he told Shandog Net that he broke up with her because of her 'over-the-top behaviours'. Well, at least she's knocked that on the head.
He explained: "My ex-girlfriend was very dramatic. She is telling everyone that I haven't shed one tear since our break-up. Am I a bad person for simply not crying?"
A neighbour who lives in the same complex told reporters: "I don't know if her boyfriend cried, but I have definitely cried. This whole compound stinks of onions."
Well, at least someone has shed a tear.
Featured Image Credit: Shandog Net
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