Woman slammed for stopping partner wearing clothes she hates

Woman slammed for stopping partner wearing clothes she hates

There's always a few items in your partner's wardrobe that you certainly wouldn't miss if it happened to disappear.

However, one woman has admitted she goes to extreme measures to make sure her boyfriend doesn't wear the clothes she "hates".

But not everyone was a fan of her method – branding the woman "controlling".

The girlfriend shared her confession with popular Twitter account Fesshole, which encourages people to anonymously share their deepest and darkest secrets.

She wrote: "When I really hate something my partner wears, I intentionally stain it so he won't wear it in public. He's always dribbling food anyway so he doesn't suspect me."

People blasted her behaviour in the comments section, as one wrote: "Siri, give me an example of coercive control."

While another agreed: "Classic control move. I found some of my favourite clothes in the cleaning cupboard, cut up for dusters. Let him be himself."

Many also suggested that the woman just tell her partner that she doesn't like the items.

"My husband has a range of hideous shirts that he likes to wear," one person wrote.

"I just ask that he doesn’t wear them when we go out. Simple really."

While another asked: "Why are people in relationships with people they can't talk to?"

Despite this, many other people admitted that they'd had the same thing happen to them.

One guy wrote: "I walked by a charity shop once and commented to my wife about a window display 'I have a shirt like that. I’ve also got some similar trousers, hold on they’re my shoes…'"

While another added: "My wife ruined a merino wool cardigan of mine and hid it. She is going to pay…"

A third chimed in: "My ex used to make sure a few of my clothes she hated were "lost" whenever we moved house. My game-worn Brian Dawkins jersey among them."

Would you tell your partner you hated their clothes? Let us know in the comments section below…

It seems like many more women may gave gripes about their partner's wardrobe in the future, as it's been revealed this week that the fine art of suit etiquette dying out among modern men.

According to research, most of today's men aren't even sure how long their tie should be.

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