- Snaps of the damage that was done to a man's property by presumably his lover have been shared online
- In the snaps, the perpetrator basically wasted all her boyfriend's groceries by pouring the milk into a bucket with his shoes and adding dishwashing liquid to his bread spreads
- Locals have had a lot to say about relationships and the distances people are willing to go to for revenge
It's been said before and it will be said again - relationships are not meant for the weak at heart. In a post shared online, a woman apparently destroyed most of her boyfriend's groceries and some of his clothing.
The snaps that were shared by @cruel_im_ii show that the woman had poured all his milk out into a bucket of shoes with some cornflakes. She also added dishwashing liquid to his margarine and peanut butter. Different food products were strewn on his bed and mixed up with some of his clothes.
"Let's leave mjolo alone, please!" the uploader captioned the post.
South Africans could not agree with him more and were soon sharing their thoughts on relationships and the sometimes ugly side that come with it. Read a few of their comments below:
"Nna sfebe seka nnyela yerr ka di kelloggs tsa mang?"
"I once had a girl like this... she got so angry poured 20Lt of water on my bed and she came back later wanted to sleep over... Ayhi!"
"I also had one like that, she poured water on my mattress and she left, later at the night, she sent me a text: How's your bed?"
In similar Briefly News reports, broken relationships and hurt feelings can really make people do the craziest and most over-the-top things. A clip of a woman who completely destroyed her former lover's car is an example of this.
Heading to Twitter, @advobarryroux shared the clip that the woman presumably recorded after she smashed all the windows on her partner's car.
She also packed out his clothes and shoes and left them on the bonnet of the car. Meanwhile, in the background of the clip, she can be heard saying that she is done and does not care if she gets arrested or if she gets put on the news.
"Mjolo The Pandemic," @advobarryroux captioned the clip.
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