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Video: British man dumps manure in cheating wife's convertible


A British man wished his wife a happy Valentine's Day by dumping manure in her prized convertible after he discovered her profile on a dating website.

The man, who doesn't identify himself, starts the video by showing his wife's page on the dating website. He says his wife, Becky Jones, 37, left the and email from the dating website open on their family computer, so he investigated.

She admits on the page that she's married, but she says her husband is "a complete idiot" and "completely crazy." She says only loves two things: her horse and her convertible.

"Unfortunately for you," says the unidentified man, "I have the keys to your beloved Peugeot. Let's see how crazy I am."

The man goes on to record video and chuckle as he opens the top of the convertible and fills with horse manure.

"I kind of like the way this guy handled it," says Dori. "It was an effective way."

"But when you think about what she did to him, I think this is probably better than she deserves," says producer Jake.

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