Cheater's car gets revenge paint job in London
The words 'cheater' & 'hope she was worth it' were daubed in red across the white R1.5 million car.
LONDON - A luxury car spray painted with graffiti has drawn large crowds outside one of London's most famous stores.
The words "cheater" and "hope she was worth it" were daubed in red across a white R1.5 million Range Rover.
They say 'hell hath no fury like a woman scorned' and for the driver of a white diesel car parked in one of London's most prestigious addresses that may well be true.
Onlookers were stunned to find the pristine vehicle spray painted with the words 'cheater - it's over' and 'hope she was worth it' across the bonnet and doors outside the famous department store Harrods.
It's not known who owns the vehicle or who vandalised it but a red-faced motorist wearing a white T-shirt and sunglasses was later spotted jumping into the car without saying anything.
He was even issued with a R2,600 parking ticket.