Fan sells Radiohead tickets online to spite cheating ex-girlfriend

Spurned lover uses Gumtree to recruit 'attractive females' willing to 'pose in flirty photos'

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A Radiohead fan who discovered his ex-girlfriend had cheated on him has taken revenge – by selling her tickets to the band's show at the London O2 Arena tonight (October 9).

The spurned lover, who was left high and dry by his former sweetheart after he found out she had "fornicated" with other people behind his back, is trying to flog her tickets on Gumtree to "attractive females" instead - you can see the post in full at the top of the page.

The poster, who simply identified himself as Stu, explained: "The reason these two tickets are for sale is because it recently became apparent that my girlfriend (now ex), who was supposed to be coming with her friend, has been fornicated with two other men during our three year relationship.

"It is therefore necessary that the people purchasing these tickets be attractive females that will pose in flirty photos with us at the Radiohead gig."

The poster, who is selling the tickets for £60, also signed off by saying: "Sex after the concert is optional but encouraged."

Radiohead play the final UK show of their world tour at London O2 Arena later this evening. The band played at the same venue last night (October 8), with Thom Yorke mocking the Daily Mail newspaper and the band delivering a set that drew heavily upon their most recent album, 'King Of Limbs'.

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