He claimed that the person who gave the best impression would win $100 as an incentive to call, even in the middle of the night.

Metro reports that the ex-girlfriend is now receiving calls at all times of the night and day.

We're not really big on revenge, but this is pretty genius. But... does it border on harassment? Is it technically doxxing?

The woman doesn't seem to mind, telling News9, "I thought it was quite funny, actually."

She's now said that she encourages people to make the call, but also asks that they pull down the posters when they see them.

Turns out, this isn't the only form of revenge the ex-boyfriend has taken. The woman told News9 that he also had his car dropped off (with the tires removed) in her driveway.

Could his revenge backfire? It certainly seems so. The woman also told News9 that if someone calls and can really do a convincing Chewbacca voice that she might just marry them.

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