A jilted lover got her revenge by giving up her ex-boyfriend’s prized fishing holes to the highest bidder.
Talk about getting unhooked on love.
New Zealander Angela Potter — piqued when her angler boyfriend abruptly ditched her — exacted revenge by going online and offering up the GPS coordinates to his favorite fishing holes to the highest bidder. She wound up with 90,000 responses — and $3,000.
She also has a new boyfriend who likes fishing, too, but she hasn’t disclosed the secret spots to him.
“I wouldn’t do that,” Potter told Stuff magazine. “I’m fairly honorable in that respect.”
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Talking the talk
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Two minutes for clipping, anyone?
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