Husband locks chocolate in fridge safe to keep wife from eating it: 'This is break-up material'

Never steal another man’s chocolate, even if you’re his wife.

A woman from the United Kingdom learned this the hard way when she opened her fridge and found a safe. And protected inside the locked, yet see-through container was the object of her desire: her husband’s precious chocolate.

A wife couldn't believe her eyes when she saw a safe in her fridge protecting her husband's chocolate from her.

A wife couldn't believe her eyes when she saw a safe in her fridge protecting her husband's chocolate from her. (Mercury Press/Caters)

Stacey Lowe shared the photos to Facebook, where she vented her frustrations.

“So this is what it has come to! You buy a house together, have a child together, get engaged, are planning a wedding and doing your house up and this happens! Dave goes and buys a f---ing fridge safe because he's an a--h--- and doesn't want to share his chocolate with me anymore! Anyone want him? Surely this is breakup material right?!”

She later updated her post with a link to purchase similar fridge safes, saying, “Think I need to invest in one for myself now, two can play that game!” It’s unclear what food she plans on locking in her safe, however.

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“I laughed at first, but then told him it's like torture because I can see what is in there," Lowe told The Sun. “It’s like showing me what I can’t have. He’s saying he’s going to get another one for the cupboard now for his crisps and sweets.”

"We are both foodies but I can't resist chocolate,” she continued.

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She claims that she never expected the post to get as much attention as it did.

“I put it up for family and friends to have a giggle as everyone knows I'm a chocoholic,” she explained, “as soon as I eat mine, I end up eating his in the early hours of the morning when I go and get the baby a bottle."

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According to The Sun, Lowe isn’t going to be deterred by the safe and plans to keep guessing the code until she cracks it.