- A bizarre snap of a man carrying a whole heavy stove all by himself has been shared on Twitter
- According to the caption of the post, the man was taking the stove which he bought, away from his cheating wife
- The post received over 1k reactions from tweeps who also took to the comment section to share their thoughts
Relationships are not for everyone because not everyone can handle the highs and the sometimes extreme lows that come with being in love. A hilarious yet kinda heartbreaking post about a man carrying away a stove proves this to be true.
In the caption of the post that was made by a man with the Twitter handle, @Membrane_ZA, he explains that the man was taking away the stove from his wife after he had found out that she was being unfaithful.
"I bought her this stove in February this year..only to find that she is cheating on me with her neighbor...I'm taking it to my sister's house," he wrote.
Many locals found it absolutely hilarious others however did not. A lot of them took to the comment section to share how they fee about repossession of goods in failed relationships. Read a few of their thoughts below:
"Ask him why he can't take it to his house. I know a guy who did the exact same thing, couldn't take it home cz the wife doesn't know anything about a stove. Mara jolang"
"I love the strength after heart breaks, an ordinary man can lift a car all by himself"
In other Briefly News relationship stories, a lady who has been married to her husband for eight years has discovered that the man's supposed cousin, who lives with them in the same house, is actually his lover.
Narrating the story in a letter to Tima Kumkum of Hitz FM, the lady, who withheld her name, indicated that the truth was revealed to her by the man's best friend, who couldn't stand the lies any longer.
When the lady and her man got married, his 'cousin', who had a child, was overseas. Later, the man built a house with two apartments and allowed the 'cousin' to come and live in one with her child. They all lived in harmony.
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