A bemused wife took to Facebook recently to sell a pair of Tiffany earrings she was sent by her husband’s mistress.
The glitzy earrings usually cost more than $400 (£222) but were being sold for $200 (£111).
In a post on a buying, selling and swapping Facebook group, the woman, from Sydney, explained that the earrings were being sold for so little as she had been gifted the earrings by her patner’s mistress.
She explained to 7News: “It was quite the surprise when they were posted to me, with a darling little note explaining that they would look much better on me.
"Nice one Captain Obvious."
The wife continued: “As much as a lovely gesture it was from the woman who has made my life hell, I have no desire to insert anything into any of my holes that have also been in hers.”
She added that she found out her partner was cheating by checking his bank statement where she spotted the transaction for the earrings. Yikes!
The woman explained: “I can confirm they were purchased in November and valued at $400 so you are getting quite the bargain.
“I’m sure chlamydia of the ear piercing isn’t a thing, so you should be safe. Although I highly advise a decent disinfectant.
“Pick up [Sydney suburb]. Bring wine too.”
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The woman’s hilarious, but tragic, post gained a lot of attention online.
Commenters flocked to the post to share their love.
One person said: “Post of the day, you go girl.”
“This is gold,” added another.
While a third praised the woman’s fabulous “sales pitch.”
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