People are trying to figure out the story behind a very public apology that appeared by the side of a busy road.
An unknown individual in Birmingham put up a large banner reading: "Sally messed up and she's so sorry x".
After a photograph of the cryptic message was posted on social media on Tuesday, March 9, there was a lot of speculation about who Sally is and what she has done, reports BirminghamLive.
People of Facebook and Twitter urged her to come forward and explain why someone had tied the banner to a fence in the Perry Barr area of Birmingham.
One wrote "Sally, we're invested, what you done bab?"
A neighbour, Brian Webster, 45, told The Sun: "I didn't see who put it up and whether it was a woman or not.
"This is quite a close-knit community but I don't know of a woman called Sally who lives nearby.
"Whatever she's done, she's obviously very sorry for. It takes some guts to display an apology like that so publicly."
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Jessica Jackson, 29, added: "I want to know what she's done, everyone has been talking about it but nobody knows who she is so it's a complete mystery to everyone around here.
"It's quite a busy road so maybe she has put it up on her boyfriend or husband's route to work.
"That's just assuming it's a man who she is apologising to, it could be a friend, a work colleague or anything."
The banner has been taken down but the mysterious Sally has not been found.
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