Leroy orders flowers through 1-800-flowers for his girl friend. He asks that information about this should never be sent to his home or office. Months later 1-800-flowers sent to his home address a “Thank you note”.
His wife sees the note, calls the company and asks for proof of purchase. In return she gets a copy of the invoice.
She’s divorcing him right now, he’s suing 1-800-flowers for $ 1,000,000.
End of story.
“Bring your flowers on your own”, advises Nelly.
AOL readers, though, think that Leroy does not have a case – about 200,000 of them say so (55 %), 135,000 say he has a case (37 %), and 7 % are not sure. To the question “Do you think a florist should protect the privacy of a cheating spouse?” the readers of AOL news respond: No 48%, Yes 44%, and I’m not sure – 8%.
See the receipt here (217 Kb). “I love you and you mean the world to me” by Leroy is followed by his wife handwriting on that very invoice: “Be a man!”