March 3, 2011 at 12:56 PM ET
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and in possession of her ex-boyfriend's clothes. Or at least, that's what the lesson of a betrayed Florida woman's eBay-powered quest for revenge appears to be.
As the NY Post reports, a mysterious woman who simply goes by the name "Taylor" is auctioning off her cheating ex-boyfriend's clothing on eBay using an account humorously labeled "myexboyfriendscloset" and she's causing quite a stir. (Warning: the eBay link is not exactly safe for work!)
You see, what happened is that Taylor decided to change her locks and confiscate all the things her boyfriend left in her home after discovering that he's been cheating on her. As she purchased most of the items for him in the first place, she saw fit to auction them off.
As she didn't feel that simple eBay auctions would make for sufficient revenge, Taylor put her own spin on things: She stripped down and posed with each of the items being auctioned while wearing little more than a thong. She explains that she did this in order to further anger her ex — who preferred that she dress conservatively in general.
Up until yesterday, Taylor's auctions have led her to sell "15 shirts, several pairs of pants, belts and hats for about $1,000," so it looks like her revenge might even allow her to turn a profit.