Roadside note to mystery woman divides opinion: Is it creepy or romantic?
A handwritten sign searching for a mystery woman with pink hair has created a stir in Sydney's inner west.
A handwritten note enquiring after an "effortlessly beautiful" woman has been spotted in Sydney's inner west, evoking opposing opinions from passers-by.
Taped to a lamppost in Marrickville, the pink paper was covered in black ink with the the writer scribbling down a description of a woman she drove past at the same location a week earlier.
It read: 'You. Pale Pink Hair. Leopard pink top. Effortlessly beautiful. Stood here approx. 7.30 pm last Friday. Me: Woman in black hatchback. Did we miss a moment??'
The writer concluded her public search announcement by including an email address, seemingly made specifically for the mystery woman to get in touch.
Divided opinions: 'Creepy' or 'romantic' tactic?
The sign found its way onto a community Facebook page after a passer-by uploaded a picture, sharing she hoped the two women "find each other".
Many were inclined to agree with the poster, sharing it was a "romantic" gesture in the ever increasing digital world of dating.
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"This is romance at its best. I hope serendipity brings them together," one woman commented. "So much better than a text. This is how it might have been done pre mobile phones?" another questioned.
Yet others weren't so impressed, believing the decision was "creepy" and warranted a cautious approach.
"Sorry, sounds creepy to me. I hope she stays away from this shallow person," another chimed in.
Despite the contrasting comments, one question seemed to be on everyones lips — had the mystery woman spotted the sign and did she feel the same? Many urged the poster to "post updates" if they received word of any developments.
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