An angry husband is selling all of his ‘cheating wife’s’ belongings on the internet.
The anonymous scorned lover listed piles of clothing, shoes and even a convertible Smart car on the online site after claiming that his partner had ran away with someone who “looks like Beppe from Eastenders”.
Describing the collection as a “complete job lot of possessions belonging to my cheating ex w***e of a wife”, the eBayer, who goes by the name Calibristeve online, said he aims to use the proceeds of the sale to “commission the services” of prostitutes in their marital home.
Bidding for the clothes reached £185 before the husband said it was taken down by the website because there was swearing in the description.
In the advert for the car, which has received bids in excess of £1,400, the man from Bridgnorth, Shropshire, reveals his ex-wife left him for her personal trainer.
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He said: “Welcome to my eBay listing for this absolute disgrace of a car, which is the only thing of any value I have left after my darling ex left me in ruins.
“This ridiculous piece of German engineered campness would ideally suit any hairdresser/florist or person with little or no dignity.
He adds: “I hate this car nearly as much as I hate my ex who I bought it for, and to be honest she didn’t like it that much either so she took my car in the split.”
In the advert Calibristeve explains he must sell the car as he is 6ft 4ins tall and weighs 32 stone – and he has “a reputation as a geezer to maintain”.
He later states that he also “physically can’t drive this car as I look like Donkey Kong from Mario Kart.”
“You could buy this car for someone else as a gift, especially if you don’t like them very much and you wanted them to leave you all alone and sad, as apparently that is the effect it has.”
He then reveals he intends to use the proceeds of the sale to “commission the services” of prostitutes in their marital home and buy enough Scotch whisky to “drink myself into a coma”.
Crefit: Mirror UK