An unidentified woman in White Rock, Canada advertised a yard sale on Craigslist to sell her "cheating" husband's possessions while he was away with his "floozie."
"I want the house empty on Monday when he returns because that will be a shock for him to see," she wrote in an advertisement on Craigslist. "Husband left us for a piece of trash.. selling everything and moving house after 10 years of marriage."
According to The Province, the angry wife stated she was selling her husband's tools, red leather theater-style sofas, ping pong table, foosball table, furniture, art, garden pots, sports gear and electrical appliances.
But the clothes of the alleged cheating husband were not for sale because "we will have already burned those in the driveway," but buyers were welcome to view the pile of ashes.
She asked buyers not to arrive too early, because she would be drinking with her girlfriends the night before and was likely to have a hangover: "So please speak softly to the ladies wearing the sunglasses."
The sale was also a chance for house-hunters to view the property, which will go up for sale the following week. The home is described as a "two story, ocean view corner home next to schools and parks. Great home designed for fun and family."
Vancouver family and estates lawyer Lora Anjos told The Province that money raised from the sale could be included in assets when divorce proceedings go to court. A court typically requires both sides to account for everything they have and would decide who gets what.
Source: The Province