There are many ways to get revenge after a partner cheats and some are pretty weird and wonderful - others are just down right genius.
We've heard of holes being punctured in tea bags and those people that remove every light bulb from the house (just me?) - taking the batteries from the remote is another cracker.
But what to do when your bride-to-be walks out on you before the wedding? How can you really get your own back, if that's what you feel like you need to do.
You could sell her most prized wedding possession - her dress. Not that she'll be too arsed, especially if she's run off with another bloke from London anyway.
But at least it might have made this scorned fiance feel a little better about the situation he found himself deep within - if it does nothing else.
The advert on Done Deal started with an elegant description about a 'floor length, classic, ivory' dress which would be 'ideal for your dream day'. Sounds bloody beautiful.
Look at it. Credit: Twitter
But the jilted hubby-to-be's post quickly took an unexpected turn when he added: "This dress should have been my compulsive lying, deceiptful, thieving, unfaithful, stunningly beautiful fiance's, but the grass was greener in London". Ouch.
To be fair, we'd be happy to still be called 'stunningly beautiful'.
The seller, from Kells in County Meath, is flogging the gown for €750 (£666/$874) but it was originally bought for €3,000 (£2665/$3497).
And leaving nothing to the imagination, the bloke explained where the proceeds would be spend.
Adding: "Quick sale appreciated, the proceeds shall be spent as follows:- 20% Beer 20% Hookers 20% Gambling (Galway Races)."
He then corrects himself, by saying: "5% more on beer and ........ to hell with it 35% more on Hookers." At least he's cleared things up and also, there's nothing wrong with his maths because we were bit worried at first y'know worrying that the other 20% of his earnings would go to something more... valuable.
Hopefully he should have a buyer in no time considering that the advert has been viewed more than 15,000 times with some questioning his splitting of the money.
One said: "€412.50 on hookers seems oddly specific".
Another added: "Someone help this guy, canny have him missing Galway races".
With a third commenting: "He hasn't quite moved on yet by the looks of things."
Talk about highlighting the blatantly obvious, eh?
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