Husband cheats on his wife and she renovates the house using his precious records for the "floor": a woman's revenge


Betrayal by one's partner is not an easy thing to deal with. There are those who manage to take it philosophically, manage to accept (and forgive) a moment of weakness by the cheating party. On the other hand, there are those who have a stronger, less forgiving temperament, are more fiery and could harbor a grudge, and will perhaps look for a way to get some degree of revenge for the act of betrayal.

And this is what the subject of the story we are about to tell you did. She has not dealt well with her husband's betrayal and, not only has she separated from him, but she also concocted an original and imaginative act of revenge for his despicable act. Let's take a look at what she did:

Sonia Barton is a 47-year-old English woman who, some time ago, discovered her husband's was cheating on her. The woman immediately filed for divorce to get away from him, but that wasn't enough for her. She constantly kept thinking about the whole situation and how to find a way to make him pay for what he had done. Apparently, she managed to find the perfect solution and, on closer inspection, it seems that the result was a spectacular success from all points of view (at least, for her).

Passionate about bricolage and DIY projects, Sonia decided to renovate her kitchen and, in particular, the floor. If you think this has nothing to do with revenge, you are very wrong. Sonia's pay-back plan formed part of the restructuring project and included the main element of her unique act of revenge: her (ex) husband's precious vinyl records collection.

We advise those who are passionate about music to stop reading, as the action taken by this woman has completely destroyed the entire valuable collection of 33 and 45 rpm records that her husband had collected over the years.

For her revenge, the woman chose the one thing her husband cared about the most in the world (his records) and used them to redo her kitchen floor. Sonia placed all the records on the floor and covered them with resin so that she could step on them whenever she needed to.

"I spent £ 2,500 pounds ($ 3,200 dollars) for the renovation, but the expense is nothing compared to the satisfaction I feel every time I go into the kitchen. When I enter the kitchen, I laugh my head off and I am thrilled to think that those records were the most precious thing he owned, " Sonia admitted. As you can see from the photos, the floor is made up of several sections and different objects, but the most notable part is occupied by the records.

What can we say? It's certainly an original idea for a revenge and decidedly dastardly and diabolical. Always think twice before you cheat on someone. Beyond the act itself - which is immoral and never justifiable - you could run into a "Sonia" and see the things you care most about being destroyed. For this reason: take care, be smart and watch out!


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