6. Man Sells Cheating Wife On eBay
Brit Paul Osborn suspected his wife Sharon was cheating with a married coworker. The parents of two had been having a rough time when, in a self-described "fit of rage," Paul put his "lying, cheating, adulterous b***h whore of a wife" up for sale on eBay. Yes, he included her photo, along with the name and home address of her suspected lover, and this note: "Please dont [sic] bid on her because she's worth sod all." Within days the post went viral, with the highest bid reaching 500,100 pounds. Paul said, "I later took it off because I realized it wasn't the right thing to do. I was just so angry." How To Tell If He Has A Temper
5. RevengeLady.com Earns Her Name With An Audi
Christine Gallagher, founder of RevengeLady.com, thinks that revenge can help women feel empowered after an awful breakup. She came up with her own ingenious plan to mess with a cheating ex's Audi. Gallagher took apart the car's door, placed a marble in the frame, then put it back together again. As she told CNN, "It took mechanics months to find the cause of the rattling. At last they pulled out the marble and a note: 'You finally found it, you f****r.'" Revenge On Your Ex: Is It Worth It?
4. Angry Wife Eats Ex-husband's Goldfish
A Pasadena (that's Texas, y'all) woman and her common-law husband had split up and were arguing over jewelry he'd given her. In a fit of anger—or an Omega-3 deficiency—the woman took seven goldfish from her ex's apartment. Her ex called the cops, and they arrived at her home to find four fried fish. When they asked where the other three were, she said, "I already ate those." According to Pasadena police spokesman Vance Mitchell, because the fish were considered community property, "There was nothing we could do. If he wants to pursue it, it's a civil case." Woman Gets Revenge By Frying, Eating Ex's Goldfish