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TikToker Prepares Meal With Husband’s Lucky Asian Arowana Pet Fish To Teach Him A Lesson

In a recent viral TIC Tac, an Indonesian woman can be seen cooking her husband’s expensive pet fish to protest his laziness.

A woman’s frustration: In the posted video October 8, TikTok user Mia Kurniawan (@ miakurniawan01) is seen to scale and season the arowana fish, which can go up to $ 300,000, before frying it to teach her husband a lesson.

  • According to AsiaOne, Kurniawan wrote in an accompanying text, “My husband kept promising to clean the aquarium after I told him to. I thought it would be delicious if I fry it.

  • “Already cooked and ready to eat,” she says, pointing to the cooked fish. She ends the video by making a heart gesture with her thumb and forefinger.

  • In his suite TikTok Videos Created in response to customer reviews, Kurniawan’s husband has forgiven her and is looking to buy a new arowana pet.

Everything about fish: Kurniawan Fried Fish is an Asian arowana, the most expensive fish in the world, according to NextShark.

  • The Asian arowana, more commonly known as the dragon fish, is a species native to the fresh waters of Southeast Asia.

  • Its glittering red and gold scales are believed to bring good luck to many Asian homes.

  • IIt is considered a symbol of wealth and prosperity in countries like China and Japan. In fact, Chinese middle-class men collect them the same way they collect cars.

  • Asian arowanas are also participated in beauty contests for fish. They might even undergo cosmetic surgeries such as eye facelifts and chin work, which cost anywhere from $ 60 to $ 90.

  • Special fish cannot be brought to states because it is protected by endangered species law.

Featured Image Via @ miakurniawan01

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