A man who was recently married, flew to Townsville, north Queensland, for a business trip.
His new bride was to accompany him the next day.
When he arrived, he emailed his wife to let her know he had made it safely, but he mistyped the email address.
In Boston, a grieving widow, whose husband had recently passed away, received the email. She read it, screamed and fainted.
Hearing her grandmother’s cry, the widow’s 18-year-old granddaughter ran into the living room to see the computer on, with a message that read: “Dear love, I just got here. Preparing for your arrival tomorrow. Can’t wait to see you. Love, Me. P.S. Sure is hot down here.”