Saturday 13 August 2022 08:01 AM Adelaide's Highway pub apologises to 'Jenny' on behalf of all 'Steves' over her ... trends now

Saturday 13 August 2022 08:01 AM Adelaide's Highway pub apologises to 'Jenny' on behalf of all 'Steves' over her ... trends now
Saturday 13 August 2022 08:01 AM Adelaide's Highway pub apologises to 'Jenny' on behalf of all 'Steves' over her ... trends now

Saturday 13 August 2022 08:01 AM Adelaide's Highway pub apologises to 'Jenny' on behalf of all 'Steves' over her ... trends now

A pub cheekily apologises to ‘Jenny’ on behalf of all the ‘Steves’ after an ad in a local paper by a disgruntled girlfriend gained international attention A 'scorned' lover supposedly took out a full page ad in a Queensland newspaper Jenny slammed Steve as a 'filthy cheater', adding: 'I hope you're happy with her' The Mackay and Queensland Life ad set the internet alight on Friday  Paper's spokesman urged Steve to pay for Jenny's ad, as they didn't charge her 

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The mystery over the scorned Australian woman who posted a full page newspaper ad humiliating her boyfriend - or husband - for cheating has deepened with a pub coming forward to apologise.

Adelaide's The Highway hotel posted a hilarious sorry response to 'Jenny' on its roadside sign after her full-page ad to 'Steve' became an international phenomenon.

Meanwhile, people are desperately trying to find out who is behind the brutal message.

'Dear Steve, I hope you're happy with her. Now the whole town will know what a filthy cheater you are,' she said in a full page ad on page four of the Mackay & Whitsunday Life newspaper.

'From Jenny. P.S. I bought this ad using your credit card.'

The mystery over the scorned Australian woman who posted a full page newspaper ad humiliating her boyfriend - or husband - for cheating has deepened, though many doubt the ad was real

The mystery over the scorned Australian woman who posted a full page newspaper ad humiliating her boyfriend - or husband - for cheating has deepened, though many doubt the ad was real

News of Steve's smack-down in a Queensland regional newspaper went around the world, being reported in Asia, North America and Europe.

Scepticism over the brutal ad remained high, with many believing it was a hoax or PR stunt, perhaps for a new reality TV show.

The hype over

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