The old saying is that hell has no fury like a woman scorned, and an Evans man discovered that after his Internet-arranged date found out he was married.
The man told Columbia County deputies that a woman he met through on online dating site harassed him at work after learning he was married.
The 28-year-old said he met the woman on Zoosk and they dated for a few weeks. She bought him an amplifier for his car, but after discovering he was married, the woman asked to be repaid. The man agreed.
The man said the woman then came to his Evans workplace on April 15 and created a scene, and some of the man’s coworkers heard the woman say she was going to get him. A deputy called the woman and warned her not to return to the business.
The next day, the man returned from driving his route and found two tires on his Honda Accord slashed. Video surveillance showed a car belonging to the woman’s brother driving into the employee parking area. Deputies questioned the woman, who denied being at the business Tuesday.
No charges have been filed.