Vile reason woman is is selling corner sofa for £700 after ‘smelly’ incident

An overly honest woman has revealed the real reason she is flogging her massive corner sofa for £700 on an online marketplace.

"Yeah…honesty isn't always the best policy," wrote one bemused Facebook user, sharing a screenshot of the woman's sale pitch.

On the woman's advert, she wrote: "Selling because husband had diarrhea on one of the cushions and I can't get the smell out. Need to go ASAP." [sic]

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In response, Derek England took the opportunity to make a fitting joke, writing: "'Needs to go ASAP' As indeed did her husband."

"Now that's what you call a sh** price," said Sue Mullins, while Peter Dite asked honestly: "Does it come with a stool?"

Stacey Thomas said: "So I get to pay $900 for the privilege of smelling someone else’s rusty water? Oh yes please! I’ll take two if they’re offering."

But the soiled sofa is probably not the weirdest thing for sale on Facebook Marketplace as one bloke in Rootstown, Ohio, is trying to see a Vajankle for around £80 – and they're claiming that it is “lightly used”.

For the uninitiated, a Vajankle is a cross between a prosthetic foot and angle with a vagina on the top.

The poster listed the item on the Portage County sell and trade no restrictions Facebook group with the comment: “Lightly used vajankle, no lowballs I know what I got (sic).”

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And Facebook reacted in the rather expected horror in the comments.

One user wrote: “Imagine the Chinese people who have to make our sex toys and 5x yoga pants . . .”

And another wrote: “The type of mind that came up with this concept concerns me . . .”

The Vajankle – which is a mash-up of the worlds vagina and ankle together – first came to prominence in 2015, and has remained around the £150 price since launching.

According to Buzzfeed.com, a man who made them told that they were “very popular”.

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