All things must end, sadly. Sometimes, those things are relationships. And while you’d hope that a breakup will end amicably, that is not always how things shake out. In fact, sometimes they end with a “throwing out” of your partner's things, and sometimes in very public ways.

On a temperate fall day in New York City, a couple got into an argument. One thing led to another, and soon, all of the man’s stuff was littering the streets of Bedford-Stuyvesant. It’s a beautiful city, really.

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According to the New York Post, the incident occurred after a woman came home to find her boyfriend in bed with another woman. They argued for a bit, and after things got a little too heated, the woman decided to resolve the incident by throwing all of his clothes out of the window.

“Throw some money!” yells one hero on the street, audible in the video.

The woman did not end up throwing any money, but by the end, she had tossed out far more than just clothes. Per the Post, “a vase, an ottoman, a mirror and small kitchen appliances went over the edge, too, neighbors said.”

Somehow, this is not the end of the story, either. “The 34-year-old woman was so enraged by the alleged cheater, that she stripped naked during the Nov. 20 rampage,” the Post reports. The Post also notes that “the woman was brought to Elmhurst Hospital for evaluation” following the incident. I can’t imagine why.

But hey, it’s not all bad, as one TikToker noted in the comments: “On the bright side that person doesn't have to move them clothes down all them stairs.”