- A Nigerian man took himself out using his wife's ATM card and shared her reaction on social media
- His wife, who wasn't aware at first, found out and lamented before him on his return from the outing
- Without responding to her, he smiled sheepishly as he enjoyed the ice cream and popcorn he bought with her money
A woman was unhappy after she found out that her husband used her ATM card to take himself out without her knowledge.
In a hilarious video on TikTok, the man sat in the house while enjoying the ice cream and popcorn bought with his wife's money.
The funny man smiled sheepishly while he ate as his wife lamented before him over his action.
Via the TikTok handle @loveandcruise, the Nigerian couple entertains netizens with lovely made-up videos of themselves.
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His action in this video divided netizens, with the majority taking sides with his wife.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"Blood must flow."
"My guy say the spoon dey do slow motion for he hand nah he use hand."
"First to do no dey pain. Ride on sir. I dey your back."
"Have been feeling sad since this morning but this jus cracked me upthis is so me...... vawulence for 2 weeks with hubby."
"You just performed a miracle... did you know she could speak in tongues."
"Me that will use my money and buy something and I will still cry . I won’t rest until I replace it like five times."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a woman had used the money her husband gave her for hair to begin a poultry business.
The woman said that when she was going to take N195,000 out of the money to buy the bone straight, she had second thoughts and saw that it was frivolous spending.
While thinking of business ideas, a YouTube page she stumbled on taught her about the poultry business, which was how she started. In a video she shared on TikTok, the woman showed people the poultry and how her chickens have grown big. She is waiting to cash out on the business come December.