Married at First Sight groom Terence Edwards has been criticized by fans for his “sexist” comments on the show.
The 40-year-old youth worker surprised viewers when he revealed what he would like his life to be like – leading some to suspect he would be better off in the 1950s.
Terence, who was paired with Porsha, 36, said: “I definitely want to be the provider. I think it’s important for the man to be the man, go out and provide for the family.”
“And my wife has to take care of the house and the children and make me feel good when I come back from work.”
Gain weightTo respond to his comment, one person said: “I need my wife to take care of the house and kids. Go back to your dinosaur Terence fs.”
A second raged: “Terence wants a housewife? Misogynistic piggy.”
Another remarked: “Is he trapped in the 1950s films?”
When Christian Porscha found out about Terence’s job, the couple didn’t get off to the best start.
The DJ admitted to partying in nightclubs until the early hours of the morning, while Porscha has a strict bedtime of 11pm.
She had also questioned her new husband about his religious beliefs at their wedding – before even asking his name.
And it seems things went from bad to worse because since the episode aired, it has been revealed that Terence has called the police on his new wife.
He claimed she “cut up his clothes” and “smashed two of his designer pieces.”“during a heated argument.
MailOnline reports that the bride and groom’s romance turns dramatic shortly after they move in together.
The damage occurred after a heated commitment ceremony where Terence decided to leave the TV experiment.
Porscha was later questioned by police about Terence’s broken items that were found in their shared apartment.
It is understood Terence had “no choice” but to callafter discovering that their home was being searched.
Porscha was the only other person who had access to the property. However, according to insiders, “no evidence” was found as to who damaged the clothing.
Channel 4 replaced the groom’s tattered clothes as well as his Michael Kors and Hugo Boss watches.
A C4 spokesperson said: “Some garments were damaged on site but the contributor had the items replaced or received a refund from production.”