One in ten people have burnt their ex-partner’s possessions after splitting up 

One-in-ten people have burnt their ex-partner’s possessions after splitting up, a study has found.

The worst place for invoking a former lover’s ire was Birmingham, where 15 per cent admitted to torching an ex’s treasured possessions

Mancunians weren’t far behind, where just a shade over 14 per cent had burnt their former flame’s possessions, with Londoners in third spot at 13 per cent.

One-in-ten people have burnt their ex-partner’s possessions after splitting up, a study has found (stock image)

One-in-ten people have burnt their ex-partner’s possessions after splitting up, a study has found (stock image)

One-in-ten people have burnt their ex-partner’s possessions after splitting up, a study has found (stock image)

The worst place for invoking a former lover’s ire was Birmingham, where 15 per cent admitted to torching an ex’s treasured possessions (stock image)

The worst place for invoking a former lover’s ire was Birmingham, where 15 per cent admitted to torching an ex’s treasured possessions (stock image)

The worst place for invoking a former lover’s ire was Birmingham, where 15 per cent admitted to torching an ex’s treasured possessions (stock image)

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