Mum Tapes Up Food To Stop 'Fat B*****d' Husband Eating It
A mum took the drastic measure of taping up the food in her kitchen to stop her 'fat b*****d' husband eating it all.
Tammy Johnson, from Stockport, UK, said her husband scarcely ever emerges from the kitchen without food in his mouth, so when her brother came around with some electrical tape, she thought she'd seize the opportunity to safeguard their grub.
As if this wasn't enough, the 41-year-old also set up a mousetrap to keep her hubby's mitts away from their food.
Tammy said: "My husband had gone up to bed before. We'd been taking the mickey out of my husband because he basically just eats anything in his sight. If the kids leave something on the side, without even thinking about it, he will eat it without even knowing that he has done it.
"I put a note in the fridge once but I don't think you'd want to write what was said on it. It said, 'keep out you fat b*****d'.
"We had this little mousetrap, so we decided to put some cakes on the mousetrap and some chocolate leading up to it. Obviously because we'd had a drink we thought it was funny.
"It was only in the morning that we woke up and were like, 'oh my god, what have we done? Everything in the house is taped up'.
"We did what we could do with as much tape as we had. We ran out of tape and my brother was a bit upset in the morning. We ran out of all his electrical tape so he had to go and get more."
But despite the mum-of-four's best efforts, it was not enough to keep 'fat b*****d' Thomas from having a good feast.
The builder, 43, was able to negotiate his way around the tape and the trap and said he thought his wife was 'off her head' when he came down to the kitchen the next morning.
He said: "It is funny. I understand why she did it, because every time I go in the kitchen I'm always picking food out of the cupboards.
"She says I never come out of there without food in my mouth. She taped up literally everything, near enough. She thinks I'm too lazy to undo it but I'm not.
"I thought she was off her head. I couldn't believe she had done that. She spent an hour doing it, I reckon.
"We buy bits for the kids but she tells me I eat it. Maybe it's her cooking, that's what it is. I'd rather eat snack food."
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