danidee
a year ago1,000+ Views
From used textbooks to vintage records, you can pretty much find it all on eBay. The popular online auction site sees around 70,000 new items sold daily, and let's just say that some are, uh, much more unique than others.

eBay user Calibrasteve, an anonymous yet pretty angry husband from the UK, made headlines this week when he began posting a majority of his cheating wife's belongings for bidding.

According to his postings, he began posting her things when she ran off with someone who "looks like Beppe from EastEnders" (posted above because I feel like we needed a reference).

Shoot, I'd be mad too, Calibrasteve. Check out that chiseled jawline.

He also writes that he'll be using the auction money to have sex with prostitutes in their formerly shared home and drink himself into a scotch whiskey coma. (As scorned men do.)

It should be noted that the clothes pictured above was at around 拢185 (~$260 USD) before eBay shut the page down for profanity. Gee, I wonder why?

He even auctioned off her 2004 Roadster, which he described as "an absolute disgrace of a car, which is the only thing of any value I have left after my darling ex left me in ruins."

Calibrasteve's account continues to run, and while all the auction he's posted have since finished, he still seems to be getting plenty of attention from local tabloids - who've reported that he has absolutely no regrets:
"It was a very good way of venting a lot of bile and it was very cathartic. I've had a lot of positive feedback from people and messages of support. I even had someone message me and offer to send me some free Scotch through the post."

So is he justified in his decision to sell his cheating wife's things? Would you do that to someone who was cheating on you?

Let me know in the comments below, and for more WTF news from the land of love, follow my Crazy Stupid Love collection!
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if I knew how to ebay and other such stuff I would most certainly sell of the slut's stuff
a year agoReply
he was overjustified
a year agoReply
more power to those who offered the scotch for free
a year agoReply
if someone cheated on me, the price they'd be forced to pay would be so large that loosing their belongings would be the least of their worries.
a year agoReply
Selling their things wouldn't be enough.
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