Pregnant woman daubs Australian city in graffiti begging father of her unborn baby to contact

A rejecting mother has pushed her quest to make amends with her lover to the limit – her city covered with a graffiti call for & # 39; Chris & # 39; to come back & # 39; before the baby is born & # 39 ;.

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Huge letters sprayed through the painting appeared on walls, local parks, a barbecue and public bathrooms during the weekend to encourage the unknown man to contact.

The copper notes written in purple spray paint read & # 39; Chris you need 2 talk 2 me b4 baby is born or do not after & # 39 ;.

Vandalism was shared on social media by residents of Frankston in Victoria, Australia, who appealed to Chris to just call her before she destroys the entire city & # 39 ;.

An unknown mother has painted a desperate plea against a man named & # 39; Chris & # 39 ;, who asks him to contact her before her baby, of whom he is probably the father, is born

An unknown mother has painted a desperate plea against a man named & # 39; Chris & # 39 ;, who asks him to contact her before her baby, of whom he is probably the father, is born

On one occasion, with a school in the background, the desperate message is beneath three empty bottles of beer and a bottle of what appears to be vodka.

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The unusual plea has now been shared and commented on more than 30,000 times as the locals try to reunite Chris with his pregnant former lover.

Peter Burrows, who has discovered some of the graffiti and shared photos of it online, claims that more & # 39; hilarious & # 39; vandalism has emerged, the last of which was discovered on Sunday.

Peter said: & # 39; We all think it is hilarious.

The messages were scattered across the streets of Frankston in Victoria, Australia. Residents saw them on walls, barbecue areas and public bathrooms

The messages were scattered across the streets of Frankston in Victoria, Australia. Residents saw them on walls, barbecue areas and public bathrooms

The messages were scattered across the streets of Frankston in Victoria, Australia. Residents saw them on walls, barbecue areas and public bathrooms

Peter Burrows, who has discovered some of the graffiti and shared photos of it online, claims that more & # 39; hilarious & # 39; vandalism has emerged, the last of which was discovered on Sunday

Peter Burrows, who has discovered some of the graffiti and shared photos of it online, claims that more & # 39; hilarious & # 39; vandalism has emerged, the last of which was discovered on Sunday

Peter Burrows, who has discovered some of the graffiti and shared photos of it online, claims that more & # 39; hilarious & # 39; vandalism has emerged, the last of which was discovered on Sunday

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& # 39; [Some] residents are not impressed, because it is ratepayers who pay for cleaning up when resources can be used elsewhere.

& # 39; But most of them just want to know who Chris is and if he called her back.

& # 39; We posted it initially because we believe that this is not only a waste of money, but also the time of the municipal officials.

The unusual plea has now been shared and commented on more than 30,000 times while the locals try to reunite Chris with his pregnant former lover

The unusual plea has now been shared and commented on more than 30,000 times while the locals try to reunite Chris with his pregnant former lover

The unusual plea has now been shared and commented on more than 30,000 times while the locals try to reunite Chris with his pregnant former lover

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& # 39; My post was a bit cheeky and it seems to have received a lot of interest.

& # 39; We appeal to Chris and beg him to come forward.

& # 39; He probably broke up with [the woman] and she wants him to call, or it's just a few teenagers hanging out.

& # 39; [The graffiti] shows up everywhere in the city. We have posted two photos and the other two have been submitted by members of the local community.

& # 39; It has surfaced in Frankston for the past three days.

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& # 39; It was reported to the council and there is more popping up. It has already appeared in local parks, lanes and public bathrooms.

& # 39; We know that there is someone trying to find Chris, thereby destroying much public property. & # 39;

Although the post seems to be a huge mystery for the 142,000 residents of Frankston, it has since become global.

Now social media users are speculating about the identity of the elusive Chris and his future partner.

Melissa Kellett said: & I need to know what happens next. Will Chris call? Will she keep her word of blank Chris when the baby is born? & # 39;

Frankston residents went to social media to speculate about the identity of the man named Chris, one of whom said they felt sorry for the & # 39; in Frankston & # 39;
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Frankston residents went to social media to speculate about the identity of the man named Chris, one of whom said they felt sorry for the & # 39; in Frankston & # 39;

Frankston residents went to social media to speculate about the identity of the man named Chris, one of whom said they felt sorry for the & # 39; in Frankston & # 39;

Trish Wilson said: & # 39; Don't blame him for not calling. I hope this person will pay for the cleaning. How stupid is this? & # 39;

Nyree Hamilton said: & I just can't figure out why Chris isn't calling – she seems like a great person. & # 39;

Meegan Williams said: “I feel very sorry for all the Chris & # 39; s in Frankston now. & # 39;

Derrick Hollander joked: & # 39; Chris will be at the Vasectomy Clinic tomorrow at the opening. & # 39;

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