A woman was left furious after she discovered that her husband was selling the lunches she packed for him to eat while at work to buy fast food instead.The woman explained that they are currently planning to buy a flat together and are tight on budget as they try to save as much money as possible to own their home.Her husband usually buys fast food at work. She worked out that it cost them more than £200 (Rs 20,484) a month to fund only his lunches.The couple agreed that she would start making sandwiches for him as that would not only save them money but also make him eat healthy food.Things were "going well", however, soon she realised that her husband would not reply when she asked if he liked the sandwiches she made. Instead, he asked her to pack him more than two sandwiches each day as "he was hungry".It all took an unexpected turn when his colleague visited them."We sat at the dinner table and his friend brought up the sandwiches I make for my husband and how delicious they are. I thanked him then he said the price was a bit much," she said.She continued, "I was confused. I asked him to explain and he said my husband sells the sandwiches I make to his co workers then goes to buy his own lunch from the restaurant. I was stunned. My husband denied it. I began arguing with him after his friend left. He said there was nothing wrong with it."The woman then told her husband that she won't make any more lunches for him to sell at work. Instead of apologising to her, he argued that it was unacceptable for her to "lash out" and refuse to make him lunch anymore as he wasn't technically spending their savings on fast food.Netizens were furious at the husband's behaviour.One user said, "He was profiting off your kindness and labour. He kept that he was selling them a secret because he knew it was wrong." Another wrote, "Let him make his own sandwiches to sell if he's so hellbent on spending money on fast food."Yet another asked, "Your husband is ridiculous. On another note, what kind of sandwiches are you making that he's able to sell them for a high price? Can I have the recipe?"