Till sale do us part! A Romanian Einstein tried to sell his wife online? Why? Money probably. Money.
Alex Cretu, 20, who lives in Bucharest, hoped to get around $8 million
but has lowered his price to $6,000 for a quick sale. His ad on
www.okazii.ro reads: "Wife for sale. Model 1983, good condition. Full
option, nice suspensions, spacious boot, second owner. Price is
negotiable, comes with three-year-old and five-year-old accessories.
He placed his ad because he was fedup of all the nagging and thought it'd be a cute joke. Right.
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