A jilted husband who claims his wife had an affair with one of his best friends is selling the wedding dress of his "adulterous, deceitful, double-crossing and traitorous soulmate."
The Australian man said the "harlot sized ensemble" is targeted at cheaters in the advert posted on an online market website.
He added that the dress is "a one of a kind garment designed by Benedict Arnold, believed to be derived from the very cloth Judas Iscariot himself wore to the Garden of Gethsemane to betray the only son of God - Jesus Christ."
The advert was posted by another friend of the groom known only as Dan.
He wrote: “As an added bonus, this dress gives you the “entitlement” to legally obtain over half of your husband-to-be’s worldly possessions."
He added: “This dress is guaranteed to provide you with approximately two years of reasonable wedded mediocrity before the complete and utter disintegration of your relationship due to your extramarital promiscuity.”
More than 171,000 people have viewed the advert since it was posted yesterday. Dan told Australian newspaper, The Telegraph, that he and his friend had been overwhelmed by the response.