AN "ungrateful" Scots bride has been blasted on social media for moaning about her husband's surprise, custom-made wedding ring - complete with nine diamonds.
The woman shared a pic of the ring on the Blushing Brides Scotland Facebook group earlier this week.
And she revealed that her husband was "heartbroken" after she said she didn't like the gift.
In a lengthy post, the woman claimed that the ring "looks really nice.... if I was 70!"
And she asked for advice on "cunningly" replacing or restyling the jewellery.
She said: "Just told my man I didn't like the wedding ring he custom made for me with 9 diamonds to represent all our 9 pets.
"I like delicate and this ring looks really nice... If I was 70!
"He was heartbroken but he'll survive.
"I love him but... this is a rest of my life forever ON me ring.
"Am I being mean?
"It's just very thick (to fit the diamonds in) and a tad large although he gave same ring size as engagement ring to jeweller.
"Anyone cunningly replaced/restyled a wedding ring after wedding? Helllp!"
The post quickly drew a number of comments from fellow group members.
And the woman was told she should "class yourself very lucky to have a thoughtful man with a great taste".
One punter said: "I think I'd try to love it just for how much effort he put into it."
While another wrote: "Girl... that's harsh!
"Your ring is lovely and so thoughtful!
We told you earlier how one bridezilla demanded a guest "cover her tattoos" and "fix her hair" or wind up being banned from the big day.
The guest, from Melbourne in Australia, posted in a wedding shaming Facebook group that she had been invited to a wedding in the middle of summer - but that the bride-to-be's stress had got the better of her.
While 96 per cent of people getting married admit to being stressed about the event, this woman was simply being rude.
Explaining that she has tattoos on both arms down to her wrists and pastel-coloured hair, the guest was left shocked when she received text messages from the bride telling her to wear a long sleeved dress or a jacket, and dye her locks back to their natural colour.