Bizarre revenge: Man puts girlfriend for sale on eBay; gets offers up to Rs 68 lakh

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Bizarre revenge: Man puts girlfriend for sale on eBay; gets offers up to Rs 68 lakh
Bizarre revenge: Man puts girlfriend for sale on eBay; gets offers up to Rs 68 lakh

The man, Dale Leeks, did so as his girlfriend Kelly Greaves whipped him on his buttocks

The Hush Post: As a bizarre revenge, a man put his girlfriend for sale on “eBay”. Interestingly, he got over 100 bids within 24 hours of putting the ad on the e-commerce website. And some interested buyers quoted the price up to Rs 68 lakh.

Bizarre revenge: Man puts girlfriend for sale on eBay; gets offers up to Rs 68 lakh
Bizarre revenge: Man puts girlfriend for sale on eBay; gets offers up to Rs 68 lakh

The man Dale Leeks did so to take revenge from his girlfriend Kelly Greaves. Dale did so as Kelly whipped him on his buttocks when they both were at a riding shop. So, he decided to take revenge from her in a shocking way, a report said.

But, this prank boomeranged on him as Kelly started ranking in the bids. There were so many buyers who were asking the knowledge about the ad within only 24 hours.  Over 100 interested buyers made bids and the price reached up to Rs 68 lakh. Besides, the advert generated over 81,000 views, the report said.

The advert compared Dale’s girlfriend of almost a year. He warned the potential buyers that she made a “constant whining noise”. Shockingly, he also said in the ad that Kelly has “no serious damage but you can see she has been used”. Another shocker which could be listed as a cyber crime, was Dale listing her body description as “fairly tidy but close up shows signs of wear”. He then added something that is unmentionable.

Interestingly, he started getting thousands of messages from potential buyers. Several potential buyers were asking him if they could take Kelly for a drive. Later, eBay removed the ad by saying that it doesn’t permit a sale of human body parts and its remains.

Experts say that what Dale did with his girlfriend, is a cybercrime. When Kelly came to know about it, she also laughed at it with Dale. But, a majority of social media users feel that it is a serious offence, the report said.

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