After undergoing a major operation earlier this year, one man's wife seemingly struggled to get the support she needed.
On Reddit, her husband appealed for advice after revealing how his family were furious at him.
And many more people on the internet chimed in to criticise him after he explained the situation.
He said: "My sister and I are arguing. I don’t think I’m the asshole, but my sister said I’m an asshole and my wife deserves better.
"My wife had a double mastectomy and reconstruction within the last 6 months.
"She really struggled the first few months with insecurity.
"When she was going to get the reconstruction done, I told her I really wanted her to get them bigger.
"She didn’t, and while I was bummed I didn’t say anything about it to her.
"My parents and sister came over today and saw her for the first time since her surgeries.
"My ma was saying how she looked exactly the same and I jokingly said “Right? She could have had an insurance paid boob job.”
"Apparently that was a bad thing to say. My wife started crying and said it was a d*** move for me to have suggested it in the first place knowing how insecure she felt and it sucked I was still hung up on it.
"My sister jumped all over my ass and I was such an asshole and my wife could do better.
"I said my wife was just being emotional and now even my dads mad at me and when I ask what I said that was so wrong, my dad says he didn’t raise a moron.
"Was what I said really so offensive?"
Many, many people chimed in to explain why his actions were so insulting, with one person describing it as a "horrifying" situation.
One person replied: "Instead of being there to support your wife through a seriously difficult and frightening time, you instead saw it as an opportunity to 'upgrade' your wife, indicating that you were dissatisfied with the current model.
"You haven't said why your wife needed the procedure - but if it was breast cancer, while you were worried about whether you thought she looked hot enough, she was worrying about dying.
"She may still be worrying about dying. I had a friend who was diagnosed with cancer around the same time I was, around the 5 year mark her's came back and she died.
"I've been lucky so far, but will be monitored for life because breast cancer (and the type I had) are in a small group that are never considered 'cured', just dormant."
Another person blasted: "What the f*** is wrong with you, dude?
"Your wife undergoes a traumatic surgery, and the only thing you can think of is big tiddies?
"Have some basic human empathy ffs. She had to have two very important parts of anatomy amputated and reconstructed!
"She's likely still in enormous pain! She had her breasts removed, ffs, her breasts ! Can you imagine how traumatic that is?
"And you're whining about cup size! The poor woman deserves a divorce, imo."
A third commented: "YTA. I'm sorry for your dad, but he did raise a inconsiderate idiot. Your sister is right, your wife deserves better."