Cheating Husbands Bentley Gets Hammered

Affair hits husband’s pride and joy as he loses his expensive car

Infidelity is never okay, but here’s one rule of thumb: If you own a luxury car, don’t cheat on your wife. If losing your marriage isn’t enough to hurt you, maybe losing your £140K pride of joy will be!

The owner of this expensive luxury motor clearly did not know what he was getting himself into when he decided to have an affair. Or maybe he just thought he would never get caught.

At first glance, one might think this black Bentley Continental was involved in some sort of traffic accident. But, a closer look reveals this wasn’t an accident at all. The entire exterior of the car was scratched with a claw hammer from front to back. Windows were smashed along with exterior lights. The scorned wife even smashed up the bodywork leaving huge gaping holes and even scratched in a few loving words on the back of the car.

The angry owner, based near Manchester said as soon as his wife found out of his affair she disappeared outside. He said, “She knew how to hurt me straight away as though she’d already thought about it. She went downstairs and then I heard the garage door open and all of a sudden there was smashing and a horrendous screeching noise. I’m furious but some will say I deserved it.”

It’s one of the most expensive luxury cars that have had the pleasure to deal with after the furious husband refused to meet repair costs estimated at £16,000 – including a £4,000 windscreen and £500 a headlight. The car, valued at £140K new, is now worth around £70,000.

A spokesperson for, the UK’s biggest comparison site, said: “It’s one of the most expensive cars our team has dealt with for our collection of buyers and this was certainly a case of ‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’ you’d say. But it’s a car our buyer would have been delighted to get their hands on despite the costly repair bill.”

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