If you're having an affair, it's probably not the best idea to text your lover while your boyfriend is sat right next to you... especially at a football match where nosy parkers can read over your shoulder and expose your infidelity.
Well, according to a viral Facebook post, it appears that one woman may have learned the hard way.
According to the man who posted the image, which many believe to be a hoax, the story goes like this: "I was at the Detroit Lions game today when I noticed this woman who looked 8 months pregnant in a seat in front of me texting a man messages like 'I wish I was with you all day' and 'I will see you as soon as I’m done with him'. She kept hiding her phone every time her partner put his arm around her or reached in to talk to her.
"So being the man that I am I couldn’t help it…I had to write him a little note and on his way out after the game was done, I simply waited for him to exit and stopped in front of his woman and handed him a piece of paper and said 'I don’t know you and you don’t know me, read this when you get home, trust me.'"
The note read:
I don't know you & you don't know me. When you get home check your girl's phone. She's been texting "Jason" saying she wishes she was with him all day!
Take care, wish you the best,
Happy Thanksgiving & #Chive ON!"
The hashtag #Chive is a nod to US site The Chive, which has a history of orchestrating hoax viral posts. But whether this particular story is true or not remains to be seen.
Still, true or not, the picture has ignited widespread debate over whether people are right to intervene in other people's relationships.
Speaking to Mad World News, 'Lye' said that he doesn't usually get involved with other people's business but the woman's actions had made him pity the boyfriend.
“I don’t regret a d*mn thing, well except the fact that I didn’t leave anything for him to be able to contact me on," he said, adding: “Just like you guys, I’ll never know what happened after they left.”
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