Two-timer is busted baby



A NORTH Rockhampton woman spoke softly as she described the Valentine's Day betrayal that sparked interest across Central Queensland airwaves this week.

"Corgan'', as she is known on air, is auctioning off a Valentine's Day gift from her exboyfriend after he confessed he had also sent $120 worth of flowers to her best friend in Gatton on the same day.

The 24-year-old said her ex (they had been together for five years) phoned her at work early on Valentine's Day to say she had left her mobile phone at home and he had put it in her car.

"And low and behold, as well as my mobile phone, I found this bear and a fake rose,'' she said in the description of the item on Ebay, where she confesses the whole story.

"Now, out of the whole four years that we were together, he never bothered with Valentine's Day ... and when I got home from work, he had even cleaned the house.

"The evening went on and as we settled into bed, he informed me that he had sent my best friend flowers.''

Corgan goes on to say that her ex-boyfriend cannot get her best pal "out of his mind,'' although the friend has shown no interest in him.

She told The Morning Bulletin she couldn't sleep, so she went on to Ebay to auction off the item and later emailed local radio station Hot FM.

"That's how I let my anger be dealt with,'' she said from her comfortable North Rockhampton home.

Corgan will be pampered at a local beauty salon thanks to Hot FM's Will and Jess.

Auction proceeds will go to the RSPCA.



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