Cape Town woman puts up road banner asking her bae for forgiveness

Cape Town woman puts up road banner asking her bae for forgiveness

- A woman named Tasha in Cape Town put up a large banner outside a mall

- She pleaded for forgiveness from her bae named Ronald through the banner

- The sign left social media users bemused

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A Cape Town woman who was seemingly in trouble with her bae erected a large banner pleading for forgiveness from him.

The woman, Tasha, put up the sign outside Bayside Mall yesterday, TimesLIVE reports. The banner read:

Ronald, I am sorry. Forgive me. One last chance please. Tasha.

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It remains unclear whether the banner was genuine or an advertising ploy. Nevertheless, it left social media users bemused.

Debate centred on whether Ronald should forgive Tasha or not. Many felt that Tasha is a "repeat offender," if the banner is anything to go by. They therefore advised Ronald to "run."

READ ALSO: Video shows metro cop losing his cool as driver refuses to comply

People often go out of their way to salvage their relationships, sometimes resorting to extreme and hilarious measures.

Briefly.co.za recently reported that a 25-year-old man from Pune in India was desperate for his girlfriend's forgiveness — so he put up 300 billboards asking for it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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