Chinese husband says sorry to wife on every taxi in the city
A very apologetic husband is trying his best to earn his wife's forgiveness. He decided to say he is sorry in a very big way — by getting every taxi in his home city in China to help him.
If you happened to be in Yibing, a city in China's Sichuan province, during the 3 days from January 2 to January 4, you would have seen a very unusual sight.
Every taxi cab's rooftop LED light in the city was displaying a husband's message to his wife.
The message was continuous and ran non-stop for all 3 days.
It said: "Wife, I'm wrong. Forgive me, Ah Qiang."
Although some people have wondered whether it was actually a marketing ploy, the advertising company responsible for all the roof light ads confirmed the story to the reporters, saying the apologetic husband paid 10,000 yuan per day for 3 days. The husband had wanted to start the message display from January 1, but that day wasn't available.
It's not clear why the husband wanted to say sorry or what his offense was, but we certainly wish him good luck, as saying sorry has cost him quite a pretty sum. For 30,000 yuan (or over 4,500 US dollars), maybe his wife would have preferred shopping?
If you or your significant other wants to say sorry, what do you think is the best way?
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