If your boyfriend's ex-girlfriend jumped off a bridge, would you jump too?
"I'll never let go, Wu. I'll never let go."
(random photo of people on a bridge in China via Getty Images)
Wu Hsia of China's Zhejiang province now has the best story to tell his grandkids when they don't believe that he was ever a hot commodity.
"When I was a 21-year-old buck," he'll say, "two women were so desperate for my affections that they threw themselves simultaneously into a river, each in hopes that she would be the one I chose to save."
Three months ago, Wu broke up a long-term relationship with Jun Tang, 20, after meeting new love interest Rong Tsao, 22.
That's where it all went very, very rong.
Jun didn't take the breakup well, and began begging Wu to take her back and harassing Rong to leave Wu alone.
“I was sick of being nagged from both sides,” Wu told Chinese media, according to News.com.au.
“Rong was moaning about Jun and Jun was moaning about her and it all got too much. I became confused about who I wanted so I thought it would be best if we all met and talked about it."
If some dude dumped me for someone else and then complained about being confused, I'd throw him in the river instead of myself, but such is the folly of young love.
The trio agreed to meet at a park near a river, and that's when things went even ronger.