An aggrieved wife has uploaded photographs of her cheating husband and his girlfriend as ‘items for sale’ on an online retail platform known as Carousell.
The uploading account, Hanz.letty, described her cheating man as a “used” item, posted his photo and listed him on Women’s Accessories.
She wrote, “Selling cheap; cheater, doesn’t come back home to family, loves clubbing, womaniser, drunk, sleeps around but makes up a sob story by claiming he passed out in the car. Isn’t that sweet? Awww.”
His girlfriend was not spared from the scornful woman’s savagery, although she listed for slightly more.
Get ready, “A widow, the trick is he blocks this lady (on his mobile) when he comes home. He said that this girl owes him money and he wants to find her, and he has called her many times.
“The funniest part is that the girl didn’t block him. He blocked her. [LOL – you busted, boi].
“He said that he called the girl many times, right? But, her number is not saved in his call history.”
Users of the platform have, however, said they were confused about the description of the ‘items.’
“We’re confused about this product, hanz.letty.
“We’d like to ask you some questions before we give you 50 sen for this rather unlucky lady.
“If we’re satisfied with the answer, we’re wondering how can we pay you?
“Our bank has an RM1 minimum, and not even both of these guys come up to a Ringgit combined.”
See images of the ‘items’ on the platform: