Man Gets Revenge on Ex With 'Chewbacca Roar Contest'


NSFW    CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA ??A man in Australia has taken an act of bizarre revenge on his ex, by asking people to pretend to be Chewbacca.

The man tacked 'Chewbacca Roar Contest' posters around town, asking for people to leave a voicemail, 'with your best impersonation', promising the winner $100.

His ex, 29-year-old Jessica from Cairns told 9News on July 23, 'I'm getting phone calls at really strange hours of the night about one o'clock to about four o'clock.'

So what exactly happened between them?

Jessica claims that she quit the relationship after she found her ex messaging other women on Facebook.

Despite seeing the humorous side at first, she did add that some of the phone calls had come in the middle of the night which woke her children.

Speaking to the Cairns Post, she recalls believing her ex to be mature because he 'had a job.'

She said that as well carrying out the Chewbacca prank, her ex had dumped a car with no wheels in her driveway which she couldn't get rid of, saying, 'the police got in contact with me and finally, they're going to do something about it.'

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