Cheated girlfriend’s Apple revenge

2015-04-23 00:00

THE Daily Mail reported a Japanese woman who discovered her boyfriend was cheating on her took revenge by dumping his collection of Apple electronics in the bath. She then sent him photos of his Apple television, his iMac, iPhone, iPad Macbooks, a Time Capsule and various accessories in the bath tub.

The unrepenting boyfriend then tweeted the photo on @foolishnessfly2, causing a flood of comments. Yesterday more than 15 000 Twitter users had shared the photos and over 10 200 had made it their favourite tweet. @womenspeakup pointed out that the guy should be counting his lucky stars that it was his Apple and not his, er, banana that paid the price of cheating.

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