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Irishman's Ad Seeking Revenge On Cheating Wife-To-Be Has Been Removed From Done Deal

By Darragh Berry

August 1, 2018 at 3:37pm


This Irishman just found out that his bride-to-be had been cheating on him and instead of wallowing in self-pity, he was determined to get back on the horse, or horses rather.

The man was selling his fiancé's wedding dress for €750 and the proceeds were going on "beer, hookers and a bender at the Galway races”.

By the looks of the dress, he could have sold it for a lot more too but bigger picture, folks.

The ad was only up for a couple of hours before it was taken down meaning it was either removed or someone snapped up this bizarre offer.

The ad read:

“Elegant…super luxurious heavyweight dress, flowing to full floor length. Detailed with lace and classic ivory, ideal for your dream day.

“This dress should have been my compulsive Lying, deceiptful (sic), thieving, unfaithful, stunningly beautiful fiance’s, but the grass was greener.”

“Quick sale appreciated, the proceeds shall be spent as follows:- 20% Beer, 20% Hookers, 20% Gambling (Galway Races). No, 5% more on beer and to hell with it 35% more on Hookers."

This comes a few days after a married Dublin man took to Tinder to post shirtless photos looking for someone to cheat with while a baby's basket was in the background.

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