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‘Hope she was worth it’: Car becomes target in lovers’ spat; pics go viral

What’s doing the rounds on social media is a photo of a $100,000 Range Rover painted red with bitter messages like ‘It’s Over’ and ‘Cheater’, apparently a result of a relationship gone wrong. The photos posted by Twitter user Klo were taken outside a luxury departmental store Harrods in central London, where the car was […]

By: Express Web Desk |
May 5, 2016 6:48:57 pm
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What’s doing the rounds on social media is a photo of a $100,000 Range Rover painted red with bitter messages like ‘It’s Over’ and ‘Cheater’, apparently a result of a relationship gone wrong.

The photos posted by Twitter user Klo were taken outside a luxury departmental store Harrods in central London, where the car was parked. The post has been re-tweeted over 6,500 times.

Going by the messages written on the car — such as “Hope she is worth it” — this art is a creation of a disgruntled ex. The car generated a lot of attention, including  and many took selfies with the car.

Reportedly, a man wearing a white T-shirt and sunglasses, who refused to speak to anyone was the owner of the car, quietly drove it off as soon as he reached the vehicle.

“The car arrived perfectly normal. Cars like that are always parked around here. There is a lot of wealth. I was busy with customers and the next thing I know, there is spray paint all over it. I am not sure what happened but I think the writing speaks for itself. I don’t know whose car it is,” Jack, manager of Gran Cafe, opposite where the car was parked, told Mirror.

But it’s also being speculated that this is nothing but a publicity stunt. Andrew Bloch, who according to his Twitter bio runs a public relations firm in the UK, tweeted: “PR Stunt of The Day” along with pictures of other such incidents.

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