Tired of her husband, who lost hours playing video games, Alyssa Bradley, a woman from the town of Logan, Utah (USA), decided to give a warning and put her husband on sale in an online classifieds magazine.
"Easy to maintain, he just need food and water every 3 to 5 hours," one could read on the ad, in which Bradley says that her husband also would need too "an internet space to play."
The announcement, though it was a joke, had many answers, especially from men. Even there were a lot of them who expressed their concern about and who had offered to Alyssa to be the perfect replacement for her husband.
In his defence, her husband Kyle, who laughed of his wife's initiative, said that it was justified, because as retired military just back from Afghanistan, video games allowed him to stay connected with their comrades in arms.
The woman had not set a price for him. The sale of her husband was the highest bidder, and evidently any women answered the ad.