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Updated again They say that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. You'd better believe it. Here's a posting from FriendsReunited, the "simple to use website that allows you to find out what your old friends are doing now."

The posting has been pulled from Friends Reunited, but we've been sent a copy of the page, which is now doing the email rounds. We've checked out the address of the poster, the tel no. (which appears to have been disconnected), we know the school and the year. But we've not made contact with either protaganist. We know that one national newspaper is on the case, so we reckon a local stringer could be camping outside the protaganists' houses right now. In the meantime, identities are shielded.

So, you want to catch up on what xx's husband xx has been up to recently? Look no further:

None of you will know me. I am married (but not for much longer) to the piece of shit called xx who some of you may know went to XXXX and lived in XXXX. Until recently he had his details on this site, accompanied with a photograph of himself, which was an extremely good likeness of the ugly twat.

Unfortunately none of you will now be able to look at his photo because he has deleted all his details as he is embarrassed to admit that on XX/XX/XX he deleted his wife and daughter out of his life when he met a hoar called xx, just before Christmas and began shagging the slag while his wife and daughter were out shopping for Christmas presents.

Some of you may know C (most of you will have shagged her at some point - we'll call her XXXX from here on in) she lives at XXXX - her telephone number if you want a very bad but free blow-job is XXXXX-XXXXXX. She threw her own husband out in October 2001, has Multiple Sclerosis and three children, but that didn't stop her f***ing my husband by November 2001, while I was at work and our daughter was at a childminders.

Anyway, they continued to lie to everybody until recently when they confessed they had infact been f***ing one another over Christmas and New Year (nice!), which I am sure is a time of year that my daughter and I will come to celebrate twice as much as before, because we are finally free of the cocks***ing, motherf***ing, lying, bastard and his fat, thick, boss-eyed, ugly, (bad hair colour) disease ridden hoar - who fancies her chances going twelve rounds with him when he loses his temper....good luck to yer girl - I hope he whacks you one while the flesh is falling off your bones like well cooked chicken.

Good ridance to total shit!

That seems straightforward enough. We take it that you won't be getting together at the school reunion, then? ®

Update

Thanks to an eagle-eyed Reg reader who pointed out a few discrepancies in this apparently genuine posting.

First up, the target of this invective is entirely genuine. His apparently disgruntled spouse was, however, entered as a contact by a third party who was himself not a member of that school and, what's more, a new contact himself.

The contact profile url for the enraged missus - pasted into the html file - does not work.

Finally, genuine profile pages show only the first name, not the full name as shown in the circulated file. A quick look at the actual profile page of the "disgruntled spouse" confirms that only the first name is used. There are currently no postings there, abusive or otherwise.

So, it looks like a pretty good put-up job to us. Still, we think that the author has a great future in entertaining bored office workers and tabloid editors across the UK. Move along now, nothing to see here...

But wait...
Now it seems that the hapless target of this abuse has decided to fight back. Here's what our allegedly philandering hubby has to say for himself on Friends Reunited:

Hello everyone it's X here. This is more of a response to what X MINGING X has been saying about me. I can assure you she's just jealous. I dumped her because she wouldn't take it up the bum. I kept pleading with her about my needs for tightness but just like a typical women she wouldn't listen. I can't stand nagging loose women. Anyway thats why I was cheating on her. Deep down I do still love X even though she is a bit of a dog. If she wants to apologise I may consider taking her back. I know she calls me an ugly bastard but im still the best thing she's ever had.

Is there yet hope for a reconciliation? Fingers crossed...

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