In a move that brings to mind the movie ‘War of the Roses,” a Michigan man bought a house next door to his unfaithful ex-wife and erected a 12-foot high statue of a middle finger.
Alan Markovitz told the local Fox affiliate his plan was to get even with the ex-wife’s new lover, and the installation of the statue included a spotlight to keep the message illuminated at all hours of the day.
The scorned ex-husband said he never intended for his actions to go public, but that became a foregone conclusion once his ex-wife’s daughter posted a picture of the statue on Twitter, Fox 2 reported.
Nonetheless, jilted lovers across America salute you!
“War of the Roses” is a 1989 film starring Danny DeVito, Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner, that depicts a married couple in the midst of a vicious divorce battle trying to force one another to leave their stately home.
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