‘Busted’: Bondi bloke is called out in EPIC way as his furious lover leaves a shocking message outside his house – so do you know Max?
- Scorned lover took drastic action to call out their ‘cheating’ boyfriend
- The probably now ex-partner signalled their fury by painting it on his wall
- Do you know Max? If so get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
A mystery man called Max likely had some explaining to do yesterday as he was confronted with a rather crude message spray-painted onto his house.
The Bondi lothario was clearly having a bad day as his possibly now ex-partner decided to vent their fury over his alleged infidelity by spray-painting a rather rude message in black paint in large letters on the wall next to his door.
A tickled passerby uploaded a picture of the graffiti to Facebook, where it has since garnered quite a bit of attention.
The message read: ‘Max you cheating p****, got what you’re given.’
A furious lover left his angry message outside a ‘cheating’ boyfriend’s house: “Max you cheating p****, got what you’re given?”
One woman wrote: ‘Oooft that’s gonna cost him’, – presumably in more ways than one.
Another helpfully pointed out that his building manager is soon to join the ranks of furious people in Max’s life, commenting ’round of drinks on Max for the building manager’.
Another seemed pleased with the artist’s correct use of grammar, noting: ‘I was expecting a “your”, I’m impressed’.
Another added: ‘If Max would please come forward, identify himself and tell his side of the story, I’m happy to offer a six pack maybe even a carton of (sic) the story is good enough.’
This isn’t the first time the sleuths of Bondi caught a local resident in a compromising position.
In an apparent breach of Sydney’s lockdown laws last year, a local resident uploaded a picture of a naked couple in an intimate position on a Bondi clifftop, with little regard for the sensibilities of those swimming below.
The naked couple (pictured) were spotted by an eagle eyed passer-by in throes of passion on the Bondi cliff-top during Sydney’s lockdown in August last year
The affectionate couple sparked debate as to what does and does not qualify as outdoor recreation or exercise, dividing opinion on the local Facebook group
The post was quickly removed from the Facebook group but not before some locals had their say on the clifftop caper.
‘Yes, it’s cardio and also improves your mental health,’ said one. ‘Eastern suburbia is something else,’ said another.
‘Holyyyyyyyy c**p. Those people above had no idea what they were missing out on,’ added one.