For many, Valentine’s Day is a special day to spend some quality time with a significant other. Love is complicated, however, so the latter may sometimes turn to exes – with the corresponding changes, apparently, to how – and where – quality time can be spent.
The Nash County sheriff’s office in North Carolina rolled out on Thursday an extravagant “special offer” for Valentine’s day, addressing those who prefer not to please their current Valentines, but rather to salute their exes.
“Do you have an ex-Valentine and know they have outstanding warrants?” the sheriff’s office offers on its Facebook page. “Give us a call (252) 459-4121 with their location and we’ll take care of the rest.”
One may wonder what is included in such a tempting special offer, and the police department immediately fulfills your curiosity, revealing that the so-called “Valentine’s Day Weekend Special” starts off with a set of limited-edition platinum bracelets, free transportation with a chauffeur, a one-night minimum stay in our luxurious [five-star] accommodations”, finishing with a “special Valentine’s dinner”.
Sheriff’s office also encouraged to “provide additional referrals” – in case, apparently, one wants to make the Valentine’s Day truly unforgettable for their ex.