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FL Woman Who Lost Power During IRMA Just Changed The Game; Guess Who Showed Up!

Kynse Leigh decided if the power engineers don’t come to her, she will go to them.

Kynse posted the sign after learning it would be another two weeks before her community saw the power restored and that was too much. She suffered Type 1 diabetes and was recovering from a kidney and pancreas transplant operation that happened before Hurricane Irma hit Florida. Her surgery occurred on August 31, 2017.

Some individuals will probably cry foul at the power company for addressing Kynse and her community

Source: Daily Mail

Florida woman who put a ‘hot and sexy female’ sign in her front yard to try to get her power switched back on after Hurricane Irma has seen her inventive recovery tactics go viral.

Kynse Leigh, 37, was in a Tampa hospital recovering from a kidney and pancreas organ transplant when the hurricane hit her neighborhood in Fort Myers.

When she returned to find it was broken, the mother-of-one put a sign in her front yard pleading for help so that she could move back in and continue to heal from the procedure.

On Sunday, she left a sign in her front yard which read: ‘Hot sexy female seeks lineman to electrify her life.’

The message was spray painted on to a large piece of leftover plywood in hot pink. Leigh placed it in front of the fallen trees which the hurricane brought down.

Well guess who showed up:

Kynse was a sick lady and needed to get something done. She even stated if she hadn’t had the surgery, she would have never done anything like this but two weeks of waiting would have been traumatic for her and her son.

Leigh is now helping her community with cleanup and giving back. It seems that everyone turned out well.

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