Most Unbelievable Revenges

WIFE FOR SALE, YES SIR!

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Some people take strange harmful actions against those who make them sad or angry to force the perceived wrongdoers to suffer the same or greater pain. Readers will be surprised by the following revenges by a property developer Cameron Hope, Paul Osborn, Sarah Potter, and Sim Lawrence.

40-year old Sim Lawrence asked her husband, Hans Desmarowitz to leave their home in Truro after her husband’s suspension from his post at the Royal Cornwall Hospital. He had stored his secretary’s confidential medial records. She wrote and recorded songs about what happened, one of which is “The Secretary” with lyrics “”Everyone thinks that you’re such a nice fella, Saving lives every day like a god – but you’re a devil to me”. Anyone who downloaded the tracks from her website would have a chance to get a lottery ticket to win her £750,000 four-bedroom home. She stated that the sale of the house helped her put that distressing episode of her life behind her and move on.

Paul Osborn Put his Wife Sharon Up For Sale on eBay

People who downloaded tracks from Sim Lawrence’s website could join a simple “spot the fish” competition for their chance to win the £750,000 house.Paul Osborn, 44, and his wife Sharon, 43, had a 24-year happy marriage. However, he discovered that his wife was having an affair with a co-worker. Angrily, he placed her up for bid on eBay with offer of his cheating, lying, and adulterous slag of a wife to the highest bidder.Bids hit $ 972,644!

 59-year old property developer Cameron Hope was angry at the reluctant of the banks to lend money to small firms. He joined a group of local business owners who were said to be encountering difficulties in getting money from banks to operate their businesses. They built an 8ft by 4 ft wall in front of the main entrance of lender Barclay. This is an unusual way of showing protest.

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