Man Writes More Than 100 Love Letters To Woman Who 'Gave Him Wrong Number'
A lovestruck student who believes he was given the wrong phone number by a stranger has written more than 100 hand-written love letters in a bid to track her down.
Serban Raia, a third year student at the University of Nottingham, met a woman known only as 'Amy' at a park, and the two appeared to hit it off.
After chatting away in Radford Park, Nottingham, for a while, Amy agreed to go on a date with him to the Peak District.
However, when Serban returned home, he realised the number Amy had handed over wasn't working - a blunder he believes was an honest mistake.
Smitten Serban is determined to track Amy down, and has since embarked on a mission to find her.
Following their 'instant connection' Serban has decided to write more than 100 letters - posting them to every house on the road she mentioned she lives on.
In the love note, he scribbled: "Last week in Radford Park I wore a yellow shirt and orange shorts, whereas you were so elegant, genuine and sexy.
"I loved talking to you!
"I'm upset I didn't check straight away whether your number was correct, because it had a typo and so I couldn't contact you. I'm sorry if as a result, you felt ignored.
"I'm not letting this unlucky event stopping us from hanging out again soon, which is why I wrote this letter and sent it to every god-damn house on [name of road].
"Hopefully it reached you! Call Me. Hope this letter finds you well. Serban."
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While he's yet to hear back from Amy, others have started to reach out with words of support.
One person wrote to him: "Good luck finding Amy, I just thought it was a brave thing to do. Made my day."
Another messaged: "Serban. Did you find your Amy? The story has me gripped with tension."
Despite suffering blisters on his hands - and, of course, the disappointment of his crush not replying - Serban remains optimistic about being reunited with his star-crossed lover.
Speaking to student news site The Tab, Serban, who studies Psychology with Cognitive Neuroscience, said: "Maybe things didn't work out the way I wanted.
"But at least I know what kind of man I am, and it makes a hell of a good story too.
"Given that we had such a good connection I decided to trust her, and not assume that it wasn't that she didn't want to talk to me anymore."
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