- A strange sequence of events led to an unfaithful man being exposed
- The guilty man had supper at a restaurant with the other woman and they were pictured in a critic's review of the restaurant
- In a twist of fate, the man's wife accidentally stumbled upon the restaurant review and recognised her husband in the pic
Two-timing offenders received a stern, but bizarre warning via social media recently.
A food critic revealed how he inadvertently exposed an adulterous man following an innocent review of a restaurant.
Tom Sietsema (@tomsietsema), an award-winning food critic, shared a post via Twitter which showed how the offending husband was caught in the act.
Tom did a review of a restaurant and included some photos of the establishment.
In a strange twist of fate, a woman came across Tom's review and recognised one of the men in the photo as her husband.
The only problem is that he was enjoying a romantic meal with another woman.
Confronted with the evidence, the adulterous hubby admitted to having a longstanding affair.
The wife decided to thank Tom via his online food chat for exposing her husband.
Briefly.co.za noted the reaction to the tweet and some other revelations indicated that this scenario is not uncommon.
Elaine Potwardoski (@potwardoski) revealed that her friend was caught up in a similar situation:
"Happened to someone I knew in Philadelphia, years ago. The Inquirer would print a picture on the first warm day of spring, showing a scene of springtime. One time it was two lovers under a tree, holding hands. Only they were married to other people. Front page."
Tom capote (@realtomcapote) cited another example:
"A former colleague of mine got similarly caught out. His wife was flicking through a holiday brochure and was stunned to see a pic of her husband poolside at an upscale Spanish resort with another woman. They divorced soon after."
Jo Fipps (@2happyjo) explained that everything happens for a reason:
"It’s a revelation from God! He always looks out for His children."
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