A bride-to-be who said she was selling her wedding dress after her ex-fiancee cheated on her has gone viral.
Kerry Wilkinson, 27, advertised her wedding dress, which she originally purchased for £500 from Bows and Bells In Kirkcaldy, Scotland, on the Facebay Fife Facebook page for £100.
She was then inundated with comments from well-wishers and supporters.
In a post accompanying the advert, she wrote: 'Never used due to ex fiancé receiving o*** off my
'Sooner the gone it's better. Just want every last bit of him out of my life.' (sic)
The former soldier, from Dunfermline, said: 'The reaction’s been great. 'I’m not normally one for posting private stuff on Facebook but I was just thinking "I need to get this wedding dress out of my life." And I thought "The guy’s an a*** hole so I’ll warn all the girls in Dunfermline what he’s like."
'I put it on for a wind-up. That’s just my sort of banter. I still haven’t sold the dress though, unfortunately.'
She added that she was informed of his alleged infidelity with her friend Nicole Martin, 23, after being shown private messages between the pair.
However her ex, Dave Notman, 26, denies the claims and says the pair split up before Christmas due to the relationship no longer working and thinks of Ms Martin as his sister.
'I was surprised to see her post and thinking "Where is she getting this from?". I texted her asking "Where have you got this information because it’s wrong?" but I didn’t even get a reply.
'I think it’s because I’m in a new relationship and she’s just jealous and trying to make this up to try and make my new girlfriend think I’m something I’m not.'