A Florida woman had an innovative way to get her power restored in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Kynse Agles posed next to a sign she placed outside of her house that read “Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life,” ABC Action News reported.
“I thought that all of my neighbors would get a huge kick out of it,” she said.
But Agles wasn’t only a good-looking girl looking to get her electricity on because she wanted it. Agles needed it.
“My hurricane story started with a double organ transplant at Tampa General Hospital,” she told ABC.
Agles needed air conditioning to avoid complications from the surgery.
“I found a place to stay that had electricity and have been jumping from bed to couch,” she said.
But then she had a bright idea.
“I saw a post on Facebook and I thought it was really funny and I can do it better,” she told ABC. “I just thought maybe if a lineman got to my neighborhood they’ll laugh and hook me up first.”
And it worked. After linemen spotted the sign, and got her electricity on, they posed for a picture with the sign too.
“I haven’t slept in my bed in twenty nights, so I’m really excited to sleep tonight,” Agles said.
And now that she doesn’t need the sign anymore she is giving it to her neighbors in need.
“My neighbor across the street doesn’t have power yet, I told him he can borrow my sign later,” she said.
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