Man Installs Chocolate Safe In His Fridge To Stop Fiancée Stealing Food And It’s Brilliant

It’s a common issue in households that if you’ve probably got a few treats stashed in the cupboard or the fridge, someone else is more than likely going to get their hands on them. It’s a bit of a war when it comes to snacks. Maybe we need to label everything? Hide it?

One man recently found that even his fiancé, the person who he trusts, loves, has a child with, will definitely go behind your back and steal your food.

Dave Williams began to notice a common occurrence with his fiancée Stacey Lowe, which involved enjoying his stash of chocolate… so putting his food down, he decided to install a safe into the fridge to prevent stop his Fiancé helping herself to his treats.

Fridge Raid

Genius or strange?

Yes we know that the ‘chocolate in the fridge’ debate has come to light recently, but this is obviously Dave’s preference and he’s felt like he has to take drastic steps in order to protect his chocolate with the most security possible.

Stacey shared her discovery on Facebook and branded it ‘break up material’.

She wrote:

“So this is what it has come too! [sic] 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*ckin fridge safe because he’s an arsehole and doesn’t want to share his chocolate with me anymore! Anyone want him? Surely this is breakup material right?! Pr*ck!”

It’s obvious she isn’t happy about this situation but we can see why Dave took these actions and if you want chocolate.. maybe you should buy your own?

Stacey also said that ‘2 can play at that game’ and is thinking of getting her own safe, but her husband to be would probably like that.

Dave isn’t a total monster as he was kind enough to leave a few things out for Stacey. This included cheese, yoghurt and a lamb shank…. not really snack worthy is it?

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