Cheating lover’s Range Rover was vandalized by girlfriend

Article by Christian A., on May 16, 2016

When all hell breaks loose, there’s just no turning back; and once the Kraken has been released, there’s just no way can one stop it. There’s absolutely no way to stop long overdue and unexpressed rage from breaking free and wreaking havoc on anything that comes along its way.

One possible reason why people become monsters is most probably because of love. It might sound too cheesy but hey, that’s real talk people. All things come to an end and even the truest forms of love also have an end. There are those whose love end as lives end, and some love that just aren’t meant to go on, thus a breakup.

There are various ways to get through lost love. There are some who talk it out with friends (or shrinks for some) and drown all hard feelings with booze just to feel numb from within, keeping out all emotional pain swimming in alcohol.

Lucky are those who are capable of coping by getting themselves busy with other things like work and gym or any physical activity, and those who have strong support groups in the likes of friends and family. But there are just those who find it fulfilling to release all anger and frustration (and sometimes, guilt) on things. There are those who turn into destructive monsters – wreaking havoc and destroying everything that comes its way, including lives.

One Range Rover owner in London has recently felt the wrath of an ex-lover on rampage. Instead of taking all anger on the owner, the jealous ex took to the poor, innocent Range Rover to release the emotional pain. Well, it may not seem like a physical beating since the Range Rover did not receive a scratch or a dent on its body but having spray paint all over has the same impact.

The all-white Range Rover had spray painted messages all over its exterior. Words like “cheater”, “it’s over” and “hope she was worth it” was spray painted all over – from the side, to the back windows and even on the hood. It’s quite a heart-wrenching sight to watch. It attracted quite a crowd and piqued people’s interest on why this was the ex-lover’s way for revenge. It looked like the poor thing was innocent and was just caught up in the crossfire. The owner was said to have looked too flustered and red-faced and had hurriedly sped away from the vicinity and from the eyes of the prying public.

However, we can’t help but be suspicious with this because it sort of looks like it’s a marketing strategy. The said Range Rover was said to have been especially customized by luxury tuning company Revere London and their shop was just around the corner from where the car was parked and abused. If this was a marketing stunt, then it was a huge success because it has drawn a lot of attention from photos by Instagram users and was the subject of many articles talking about the event.

But one thing’s for sure – vandalizing an old flame’s car is one sure way to get to their nerves. If this happened to any of us, then we’d probably be on our knees, sobbing and begging our exes to stop. It’s just too much to watch an innocent car caught in the crossfire of bitterness and revenge.

Source: Mirror

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