Man Seeking Soulmate After Wife Dies Threw 2,000 Messages in Bottles Into the Sea

Man Seeking Soulmate After Wife Dies Threw 2,000 Messages in Bottles Into the Sea

I feel bad for this guy. He loses his wife, does this message in a bottle thing, and a bunch of environmental grouches criticize him

(Link):   Widower, 49, who sent hundreds of messages in bottles in a search for romance finds locals don’t love his idea as they accuse him of LITTERING

(Link): Bottle man lands 50 potential dates

(Link):   Widower under fire for littering beaches with 2,000 messages in bottles

…Eighteen months after his wife, Julia, died from breast cancer, Craig Sullivan went on a mission — to find another great love.

…”That started me thinking. If I could find some good places to throw some bottles, they might wash up on your shore,” Sullivan wrote in a blog post. “You might open one and read a message.”

…Unfortunately, not everyone was as thrilled by the idea as Sullivan.

Several of those who received the love letters accused Sullivan of littering and polluting the environment.

(Link): Man Seeking Soulmate Threw 2,000 Messages in Bottles Into the Sea Before Getting Surprising Response by L M Segarra

Excerpt:

A widower began casting messages in bottles seeking a soulmate after his wife died of cancer. What he didn’t expect was to be criticized for littering.

Craig Sullivan, inspired by the Police song “Message in a Bottle,” threw 2,000 bottles into the sea along the British coastline, (Link): the Telegraph reported.

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