A mother-of-two killed herself in a 'moment of madness' after she had a row with her husband about him and his friends watching an Anthony Joshua boxing match live on their family TV.
Former travel company boss Felicity Hyde, 38, had agreed to husband Chris inviting friends round on a Saturday night to watch the British boxer fight Ukranian Wladimir Klitschko for the heavyweight title.
But although mother-of-two Mrs Hyde went to bed after the fight started she later stormed downstairs and berated the group saying she was trying to sleep and they were 'disrespecting her home'.
Former travel company boss Felicity Hyde (left), 38, was founded hanged after rowing with her husband Chris (right) over him watching a boxing match at their home
The tragedy occurred after Mr Hyde and his friends joined millions of armchair boxing fans on April 29 to see 28-year old Joshua defeat 41-year old Klitschko in the 11th round
An inquest into Mrs Hyde's (pictured) death heard she had no history of mental illness but had a failed suicide attempt in 2013
The following day, she and Mr Hyde, a 46-year old recruitment consultant had a 'heated discussion' in which she exclaimed if they were to divorce she wanted a 'massive settlement'.
She hanged herself on the Bank Holiday Monday in the garage of their family home in Blackpool, Lancashire, whilst Mr Hyde was taking their children to a local refuse tip to dump rubbish.
An inquest heard Mrs Hyde - who previously worked for Thomas Cook as a resort manager and also as a co-ordinator for NST, a travel firm which organises school trips - had no history of mental illness or depression.
But in 2013 she said she was going to kill herself and took an excessive amount of medication.
The tragedy occurred after Mr Hyde and his friends joined millions of armchair boxing fans on April 29 to see 28-year old Joshua defeat 41-year old Klitschko in the 11th round.
Mr Hyde told the Blackpool hearing: 'Having the friends over for the boxing it was something that had been agreed one month to six weeks before and we had both agreed it.
Tragic: The day after the fight, the couple had a 'heated discussion' in which she exclaimed if they were to divorce she wanted a 'massive settlement'
Mrs Hyde's husband told an inquest on the day of her death, the couple's children noticed a piece of rope hanging from the beam in the garage
'She knew it was happening and it was the first time I had friends over to the house and she agreed to it. But after the boxing event she come down stairs and went mad at my friends and saying that she wanted to sleep and that they were disrespecting her house.
'My friends left and I stayed downstairs for a couple of hours and then went up to bed. She was asleep. We did have a discussion the following day but not until the evening and we had a talk about it.
'She had got up in the morning and seemed in a good mood and had made a sausage sandwich. We didn't end up talking about it until the evening on the Sunday. I said to her: 'I think at my age I shouldn't have to put up with this behaviour you need to change'.
'But she said, "if you want to divorce me, I want a massive settlement". We weren't having divorce discussions it was something that she had just said - I thought that we were happy. It