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Woman who went on graffiti rampage to find father of baby is VERY close to giving birth

‘I’m having contractions – how can Chris not show up?’ Woman who went on a graffiti rampage to find the father of her baby is charged while being VERY close to giving birth – and he’s still AWOL

  • Woman has said she in hospital and is very close to giving birth to second child
  • She claimed on Facebook that she has still not heard from her partner Chris
  • The mother went viral on the weekend for spray-painting messages across VIC

The mother-to-be who spray-painted an entire suburb with graffiti begging for the father to contact her now claims she is in hospital and is very close to giving birth.

The woman, 36, who is pregnant with her second child, spray-painted the words ‘Chris u need 2 talk 2 me b4 baby is born or don’t bother after’ across walls, local parks, a BBQ area and public bathrooms in Frankston, Victoria over the weekend.

But it appears her drastic and last-resort communication technique has failed to work as she announced on Facebook on Wednesday that the father is still nowhere to be found.

The woman has taken to Facebook to reveal she is now in hospital and is close to having her baby and that ‘Chris’ is still yet to contact her 

‘I’m in hospital cause I’m having contractions and the baby’s heart rate is not so good and I’m only 30 weeks [pregnant]…how can Chris not show up,’ she wrote. 

‘What is wrong with him … how can he just not care.’

The young mother admitted to covering the suburb in purple paint.

‘Yes I did (graffiti) and I will until I get some kind of reply,’ she wrote.

‘How the f*** else am I meant to get a hold of him?.’

A police spokesperson has since stated the woman was arrested today and charged with criminal damage, wilful damage, mark graffiti and commit indictable offence while on bail,’ the Herald Sun reported.  

The woman, who is pregnant with her second child, spray-painted the words 'Chris u need 2 talk 2 me b4 baby is born or don't bother after' all over Frankston, Victoria over the weekend

 The woman, who is pregnant with her second child, spray-painted the words ‘Chris u need 2 talk 2 me b4 baby is born or don’t bother after’ all over Frankston, Victoria over the weekend

She has been bailed and will face Frankston Magistrates’ Court on December 13. 

The unusual plea has now been shared, like and commented on more than 30,000 times as locals try to reunite Chris with his pregnant former lover.

Peter Burrows, who discovered some of the graffiti and shared photos of it online, claims more ‘hilarious’ vandalism popped up over the weekend, with the last being discovered on Sunday. 

‘[Some] locals are not impressed as it’s ratepayers that are paying for the clean up when resources could be used elsewhere.

‘However most now just want to know who Chris is and if he called her back.

‘We initially posted it because we believe this is not only a waste of money, but also the time of the council officers.

The graffiti was found sprayed in purple paint across walls, local parks, a BBQ area and public bathrooms - the woman who has yet to be named has been charged

The graffiti was found sprayed in purple paint across walls, local parks, a BBQ area and public bathrooms – the woman who has yet to be named has been charged

‘My post was a little cheeky and it seems to have gained a lot of interest.

‘We’re appealing to find Chris and beg him to come forward.

‘[The graffiti] is popping up all over town. We posted two photos and the other two were sent in by local community members.

‘It has showed up over the past three days or so in Frankston.

‘It was reported to council and there’s been more popping up. It has already appeared in local parks, lane-ways and public bathrooms.

‘We know there’s someone trying to find Chris, and in doing so has destroyed a lot of public property.’

While the post appears to be a huge mystery for Frankston’s 142,000 residents, it has since gone global.

A police spokesperson has since stated the woman was arrested today and charged with criminal damage, wilful damage, mark graffiti and commit indictable offence while on bail,' the Herald Sun reported

A police spokesperson has since stated the woman was arrested today and charged with criminal damage, wilful damage, mark graffiti and commit indictable offence while on bail,’ the Herald Sun reported

 

 

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