- A man allegedly found his wife hiding under her lover's bed
- The fuming husband filmed himself walking inside a room believed to be rented by his wife's side piece
- He eventually finds her hiding under the bed and threatens to share the video online
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A video of a man finding his wife hiding under her alleged lover's bed has caused a stir on social media. The footage, which has been circulated widely online, shows a man entering a property allegedly being rented by his wife's side bae.
According to The Citizen, the wife left her work at 4pm but she did not go home immediately. Her hubby then went to a room believed to be rented by his wifey's side piece.
It was not revealed how her husband came to know about her whereabouts. The hubby filmed himself walking through the house, seeing items that belonged in his house.
“These are my children’s blankets. This is our pillow, here in a back room,” says the husband.
He then continues to move through the room before finding his wife, who has been identified as Yolanda, hiding under her boyfriend's bed.
Briefly.co.za gathered the fuming husband then says:
“What are you doing under the bed? Why are you allowing yourself to be hidden under the bed? You left your big house to come and hide under a bed in a backroom with boys? Your children are at home home, I left them alone. You must stay with this man so you can have sex without hiding any more."
Take a look at the video below:
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South Africans were shocked by the footage and they expressed their views online. Some found the footage funny while others applauded the husband's ability to keep his temper at bay.
Twitter user, @KINGT85917992, commented:
"Yhoo this guy knows how to control his temper. Imagine catching your wife in that situation and still act like that."
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Source: Briefly News