This is one way to purge your home of a cheating ex.
Former Premier League defender Greg Halford spent a portion of Sunday tossing his ex’s belongings out a second-story window of his home, as reported by The New York Post.
The 38-year-old Halford — who currently plays for Hashtag United of the semi-pro Isthmian League North Division — shared a video to Twitter showing a pile of boxes, including multiple Yeezy sneakers, and a bike, among other items on his front lawn.
“Been far far too long but finally clearing out the cheating c**t ex stuff,” Halford wrote in his video tweet, which has over three million views as of Monday afternoon.
Halford did not name his cheating ex.
Fans and fellow teammates responded to the tweet with supportive messages.
Craig Fagan, who played with Halford at Colchester United, wrote, “Hope you’re all good mate,” to which Halford replied, “Cheers geez.”
Other people noted that the boxes in Halford’s front yard belonging to his ex appeared to be empty.
Halford has made 29 appearances in the Premier League across stints with Reading, Sunderland and Wolves.
The English player’s current club, the Hashtag United, were founded by YouTube star Spencer Owen.
Halford is known for his versatility on the pitch, as he’s played a number of defensive positions, as well as midfielder and filled in as an emergency centre-forward.
Halford was part of the Wolverhampton team that played against A-League club Perth Glory during a 2009 Tour.
— This story originally appeared on nypost.com and has been republished with permission