A scorned wife has gotten the last laugh with an incredible Facebook post offering up a pair of earrings that were bizarrely regifted to her by her husband's mistress.
Reportedly posting in a local 'Buy, sell and exchange' Facebook group, the Sydney woman listed the Tiffany & Co earrings for $200, revealing they were purchased by her husband as a Christmas gift for the women he was cheating with.
Then, inexplicably, the 'other woman' sent them on to the wife.
"It was quite the surprise when they were posted to me, with a darling little note explaining that they would look much better on me. Well, duh. Nice one Captain Obvious," the seller reportedly wrote in the post which has now been widely circulated.
"As much as a lovely gesture it was from the woman who made my life hell, I have no desire to insert anything into any of my holes that have also been in hers."
According to the Daily Mail, in her savage post the woman "highly advised" a potential buyer carry out a "decent disinfect" of the earrings.
"I'm sure chlamydia of the ear piercing isn't a thing... so you should be safe," she said, but suggested the earrings should be cleaned as a precaution.
"After a careful scouring of my husband's bank accounts, I can confirm they were purchased in November and valued at $400 so you are getting quite the bargain," she said.
"Pick up [Sydney suburb]. Bring wine too."
The post reportedly racked dozens of supportive comments from other women, but there was no word on whether someone snapped up the jewellery.