Man faces backlash over ‘controlling’ rules for his wife’s social media accounts: ‘Get a grip’

A man tried to control his wife's social media behavior, but it didn't go down well.
He went to Reddit's "Am I the A ******" forum for advice. When he discovered that his wife liked her handsome male colleague's Facebook posts, he got pissed off. Then he threatened to break up with her if she liked another handsome man's photos online.
“My wife has a colleague she finds attractive,” he said. “I know this because I saw him like her Facebook posts and I asked her if she thought he was attractive and she said yes. She said what the heck, she is human and can hide between attractive and unattractive people. I have no real reason to believe anything is going on as she has a lot of coworkers on her social media accounts. She says that as she scrolls, she likes everyone's posts and her colleagues all like each other's things. "
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Then he demanded that she stop liking posts from attractive men.
"I've told her if she likes his posts or a man she finds attractive, I have to stop talking to her, take a step back and reevaluate," he said. “In my opinion, liking a post means paying attention to someone, and she shouldn't be paying attention to attractive men. I am her husband and 100% of the attention she gets should come from me and vice versa. No woman of mine will go online and do that. She said I gave her an ultimatum, but I feel like I'm just setting a limit. "
Reddit users found the husband was wrong at all
"You are indeed jealous and controlling," someone commented
"Pull yourself together," advised another.
"To control people like you have to be single," suggested one user.
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