In an attempt to teach her lazy husband a lesson, Mia Kurniawan of Indonesia produced a video showing how she scaled and cooked his lucky fish as punishment. The woman posted a video on TikTok showing how she scaled and seasoned her husband’s fortunate fish as revenge because he kept failing her.

Users from all over the world, including Indonesia and the United States, have been enthralled by this twenty seconds video.

According to AsiaOne, the vengeful wife said, “We’ll take care of you!” “My husband kept promising to clean the aquarium after I told him to. I thought it would be delicious if I fried it.”

She makes a “heart” sign with her hands before turning off the video. On-screen text reads, “Already cooked and ready to eat.”

The lady fried her husband’s lucky fish, which was particularly shocking for social media users. The Asian Arowana, sometimes known as a dragonfish, is a symbol of good fortune and wealth. Because he felt it was a lucky charm, the husband kept the unique fish around.

The fish, according to AsiaOne, is adored by people throughout China and Japan due to its glittering scales. When individuals buy this fish, it can sell for as much as $300,000, according to certain estimates. So if this woman truly did cook her husband’s dragon fish, it could be the most expensive meal of his life.

The Asian Arowana is a highly uncommon animal. The dragonfish is classified as an endangered species by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Red List. To keep it safe, you’ll need to have a lot of cash on hand if you own one.

This wife knew how to pull a prank on her spouse. If she in fact did scale, season, and fry his Asian Arowana, she gave him the most expensive dinner of his life – and it was probably not even as tasty as another fish.

According to the Aquarium Nexus website, “an Arowanas are sizable elongated fish that have upward-facing mouths, being a surface feeder. They can grow to be relatively long, especially if they are left in their natural habitat. They also come with short, soft dorsal and anal fins and long tail fins. Another unique thing about this species of fish is their breathing process.”

It’s not clear how the individual in the video obtained a rare animal. It was prohibited from international trade in 1974, so obtaining it is difficult for individuals. Nonetheless, when giving her husband a lesson, she refused to be patient. She made certain he would never forget what she wanted him to remember by cooking his unique fish.

What are your thoughts on this practical joke? Was this woman overboard by cooking a $300,000 fish?