The Sydney man posted pictures of the gown under the headline 'Bride Seeking Eventual Infidelity'.
"Due to be married soon? Not planning on staying faithful? Want to sleep with one of your soon-to-be husband's closest friends? Then THIS is the wedding dress for you," pitches the ad (that was reportedly written by his mate in a healthy dollop of man therapy).
"This stunning, tulle swathed, ivory bridal gown has a proven track record of producing an adulterous, deceitful, double-crossing and traitorous soulmate."
So how much does he want for this frock reportedly 'derived from the very cloth Judas Iscariot himself wore'?
"Cosmetically, the garment is in better condition than the marriage – not looking for much. Make an offer."
Judas you say? Tempting.
But with the second hand wedding dress market booming, it got us to thinking, there must be plenty of dresses out there from marriages gone down the crapper. Would it bother you?
Would you buy a second hand dress from a failed marriage?
Yes. As long as it doesn't cost me more than a month's rent, I'm happyMaybe. I think I'd need to know the details of the break-upNever. It might be a bad omen for my marriage. Now where did I put my four leaf clover?
Yes. As long as it doesn't cost me more than a month's rent, I'm happy44.68%
Maybe. I think I'd need to know the details of the break-up19.15%
Never. It might be a bad omen for my marriage. Now where did I put my four leaf clover? 36.17%
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