A Spurned Ex-Husband Decides To Split Everything In Half…Literally

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We’ve all finished unreasonable things in a feverishness of a moment, and some-more mostly than not, we finish adult woeful those things. Take this German man, for example. He was systematic to separate his effects uniformly with his now ex-wife. Angered that he was compulsory to do this with someone who was dishonest to him, he motionless to follow a judge’s orders exactly.

And we meant exactly.


eBay / der.juli


eBay / der.juli


The man, who has so distant remained anonymous, has combined an eBay comment on that he’s offered his…um…creations. He used energy collection to cut and bones furniture, electronics, and even a car orderly in half.

While we’re tender with his energy apparatus talents, he substantially should’ve taken a small some-more still time before hacking his security down a middle.


eBay / der.juli


eBay / der.juli


We’re anticipating that these weren’t indeed his belongings, and were instead pieces of junk slashed as partial of a cathartic art piece. There’s no word nonetheless on his ex-wife’s reaction, so all we have to go on is a raise of halved equipment and a video of some stellar energy apparatus usage.


eBay / der.juli


Still, we can’t assistance yet feel like someone could have used that couch.

Still, we can

eBay / der.juli


And these chairs.

And these chairs.

eBay / der.juli

He’s going to feel stupid when he has nowhere to lay down.


eBay / der.juli


eBay / der.juli


He’ll substantially bewail this one a most.

He

eBay / der.juli


Here’s a video of a spurned partner in action.

YouTube / Der Juli


At a finish of a day, we don’t unequivocally know a full story, so let’s only conclude a stupidity yet jumping to any conclusions. All we can do is wish that everybody is means to pierce on and find happiness. But we know what they say: ruin hath no ire like a German father scorned.

(Let’s only wish they didn’t have any kids.)


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Update!

It was recently suggested that this was not, in fact, a divorce allotment left haywire, yet rather a selling attempt by a law organisation compelling authorised recommendation for married couples — evidently to forestall things like this from function in genuine life.

The halved items, though, are still for sale, and a deduction will be donated to charity.