Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned - and this woman is no exception.
Known only as "Linda" from Warwick in the UK, when she found out her partner Graham had been cheating on her, Linda ordered dozens of laminated posters telling him he was dumped - and had them plastered them all over her local town centre.
On the posters, which started to appear around the town yesterday evening, Linda also claims to have thrown Graham's car keys in the canal, maxed out his credit cards - and changed the locks to their house.
"Graham, if she is so good in bed you can stay there. Merc keys in canal. Locks changed. Cards maxed. Happy New Year, Linda xxx" the posters read.
The signs are illustrated with a graphic of Graham's name in a heart, hanging from a noose.
Neither Linda nor Graham has yet been identified but dozens of people have spotted the posters around the town, and shared pictures of them to social media.
The laminated messages have been attached with cable ties to lampposts across Warwick, at locations including in parks, at pedestrian crossings, and beneath road signs.
Sharing a picture of one of the posters, Stephen Turner wrote: "Don't think Graham in Warwick will be having a very good day."
Posting another picture of one of the signs in a different location, Mark Hebert said: "Posters all over Warwick. Naughty Graham."
Andrew Robins also tweeted a picture of one of Linda's posters, writing: "Saw these all over Warwick today. I think Graham might be in trouble #naughtyboy #womanscorned"
And Helena Wallis posted a picture to Facebook writing: "This made me smile!! What a brilliant poster! All over Warwick - whoever you are Graham - you've been named and shamed!! #revengeissweet".
Sharing yet another picture Alison Tonkin wrote: "Well there's a Graham in Warwick who's having a much worse day than me. Go Linda. #womanscorned #naughtyboy".
And Ben Chamberlain said: "These are all over Warwick. Graham, I don't think Linda is best pleased. Hell hath no fury etc..." as he also shared a snap of one of Linda's signs.
Although some social media users were quick to point that Linda could have broken the law by maxing Graham's credit cards and throwing away his keys, others commended her actions.
Jeanette Mason commented on one of the pictures, writing: "So funny. Most of us wouldn't have the nouse or the nerve. Good on ya girl."
And Julie Dingley said: "Well done Linda. Who needs a cheat as a partner!"
The professional-looking posters were erected by a company called Throwing Rocks, which offers a service placing "50 high quality poster boards in a location specified by you."
Although some have suggested Linda's revenge may be an publicity stunt, on Twitter the company was adamant the posters were genuine, saying their website had been included at the bottom as a "way of letting you know who provided the service."