“Jennifer, Will You Marry Me?” A Marriage Proposal On Telephone Poles Turns Sour – Design You Trust

“Jennifer, Will You Marry Me?” A Marriage Proposal On Telephone Poles Turns Sour

A mystery woman called Jennifer has become the talk of the town in Bigola, NSW, Australia, after a series of signs appeared on telephone poles along Barrenjoey Rd, the busiest road in the area.

Her supposed lover erected five separate signs overnight on the roadside, spelling out his feelings, which started out as romantic…

…but took a sudden darker turn.

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