A widower who sent out 2,000 romantic messages to sea in glass bottles was subjected to 'abuse' and 'hatred' by angry locals who accused him of littering.
Walker Helen Gill, 36, picked the bottles from the sand before getting in touch with Mr Sullivan.
She said: 'I went for a beach walk and we came across about 30 glass bottles with lids.'They had lots of messages inside about finding love and at first, I thought it was some sort of dating thing but then I looked on his website and I got the idea.'It's very romantic.
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I recently attended a Lock and Key event at Blue Martini in Brickell.
And yes, the females wear lock necklaces while the men wear keys.
Store managers decided to clamp down on what they described as 'illegal date clubs'.
Since the store opened several years ago, hundreds of lonely, divorced or widowed elderly people have descended on the cafeteria in search of love and companionship.
The store posted a notice saying: "From today, the restaurant will only be for people who purchase their food first." The older clientele are up in arms over the ban. An 88-year-old IKEA regular said: "We've been to Mc Donald's and KFC, but there are barely any of our peers there.