Man's apology for being "major lump" plastered on wall outside Doncaster hospital - and all over town

The note fastened on a wall outside Doncaster women's hospital.
The note fastened on a wall outside Doncaster women's hospital.

A man has apologised to a woman for being "a major lump" - by plastering his plea for her to get in touch outside Doncaster Royal Infirmary - and all over the town.

The man, who identifies himself as Robert, has posted his plea to a woman, who appears to be called Rachel Dupre, on a huge notice outside the Women's Hospital this morning.

Scrawled in black felt tip pen on a piece of bright orange, illuminous card, Robert wrote: "Rachel Dupre, I am so sorry for being a major lump. Please phone me, love Robert."

The message, which has been seen by hundreds of hospital visitors since being stuck to the wall, is signed off with a single kiss and a phone number, which we have pixellated on the photo.

The message has apparently also been posted in many other prominent locations across Doncaster including the market, Bawtry Road, the B&Q branch at Black Bank and in Bower's Fold.

Do you know who the pair are and can help solve the mystery of why Robert has been a major lump?