The shocking story, which was shared in a wedding shaming group on Facebook, was posted by the anonymous bride herself.
The bride, who is believed to be from Australia, wrote: “This is a short one. After my wedding my husband and I opened gifts and cards.
“I opened a card from my husband's aunt and uncle and they had written us a £160 cheque.
“We were like ‘whoa, but okay he makes good money’.
“Three months later we get a phone call and the 'generous' uncle said he only meant to write a £16 cheque and we need to give him £144 back. Like who does that?!”
The bride insisted he and his wife “do not have money problems” and her mother-in-law, who is the uncle's sister, was angry that he had done that to the newlyweds.
She said: “We gave everything back because we didn't want a penny of his money.”
Facebook commentators called it the height of rudeness.
One wrote: “Wow, I'm speechless. £16 for a wedding gift?!?! Are you kidding me?! Some people have no shame. And to call you and demand the money back! Wow, I can't even.”
Another said: “I'd never speak to them again, nor be around them. Whether it was a family event or not. I'd never go. Screw that. How pathetic and trashy.”
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