Couple that chained themselves on Valentine’s Day have chains removed.
The question? How did they dress themselves given two different arms are chained? How did he get his shirt on? And her? (look at the pictures.)
On another note, it must have been a lot of fun to wipe each other’s asses or change tampons (for either one.)
Viktoria ‘Vika’ Pustovitova, 29, and Alexander ‘Sasha’ Kudlay, 33, from Kharkiv in Ukraine, were bound together for 123 days.
But as the chain was severed by giant cutters in Kiev, they couldn’t wait to go their separate ways.
‘I want to live my own independent life, and grow as an independent person,’ announced Vika .
She shouted ‘Hurray’ as they were freed from each other.
‘I am finally free,’ she said.
The couple parted when their heavy-duty chain was cut at the same Unity monument in Kiev where they had been locked together.
Her now ex commented after the chain was cut: ‘Thank you all for supporting us.
‘Look, we are now at a distance from each other.
‘We were happy, and we are now happy to have had this experience in our lives.’
They were ‘proud’ of setting a record in Ukraine, they said.
The pair admitted that being so close with no space or privacy in the end cost them their relationship and their wedding plans.
The writing has been on the wall.
In their joint social media, he posted as they came to the end of their up-close-and-personal experiment: ‘Difficulties are snowballing.
‘As soon as we find one plus in a situation, immediately there are two minuses.
‘Vika wants to get back to the rhythm of her earlier life, she misses what she used to love to do.
‘She doesn’t respond well to my suggestions to keep doing what she likes to do alongside me.’
He admitted he was fed up with being alongside her as she did her makeup.
‘We are trying really hard not to escalate conflicts,’ he said.
‘I struggle with hearing noise when I cook, or on the phone.