Feeling a little guilty after St. Patrick's Day weekend? One New York man has set up a hotline so you can atone for your misdeeds. 

Only known as "Mr. Apology", one anonymous person has put posters all around New York City advertising a new "apology" hotline. Callers are urged to remain anonymous as they apologize for whatever they choose.

Mr. Apology is recording the calls and plans to play them back in public at some point, although no plans exist to do that just yet. I think a Twitter account would be a brilliant start.

Callers are also remind that the hotline is not run by any “police, governmental, religious or other organization,” which sounds like something those organizations would say.

(New York Post)