A woman from the U.K. took to the internet for a bit of advice on how to respond to a pretty outrageous request.
She wrote last Friday on the forum MumsNet that she recently attended the wedding of an ex-colleague and gave a gift of £100.
But the bride and groom, deeming the amount too small, sent her an email after the big day to request more.
We were surprised that your contribution didn't seem to match the warmth of your good wishes on our big day. In view of your own position, if you wanted to send any adjustment it would be thankfully received.
The woman wrote that she was "utterly gobsmacked" at the brazen email and that the couple apparently expected more based on a recent inheritance she had received.
She then asked for replies on what she should do next.
After getting hundreds of replies, she wrote that she had opted for the following email response:
"I assume this was some sort of mistake?"
What would you do in this situation?