- A social media user shared a hilarious photo on Twitter on Thursday
- The image shows a note and R200 hidden inside a phone
- A husband hid a note inside the phone asking a phone repair centre to tell his wife they can't fix his phone because she wants to read his messages
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Some people go to extreme lengths to keep their affairs a secret and one man took it to the next level.
His phone went in for repairs but he did not want it fixed. The unidentified hubby hilariously asked the repair centre to lie to his wife because she wanted to read his messages.
He hid a note inside the phone with R200 as added incentive.
The note read:
"Hi NCC! Please tell my wife that you can't fix my phone. She wants to read my WhatsApp messages. R200 is yours! Thanks."
Twitter user, @Jether_Calypso, shared the photo on the social media platform, however, he did not reveal when or where the image was taken.
"This world belongs to women," he captioned the post.
READ ALSO: Mzansi reacts to statue of Nelson and Winnie Mandela: "The real mama"
South Africans were laughing out loud over the post but some felt R200 was not enough and the man should have paid more.
Other ladies said they hoped never to have a bae who would go to such extreme lengths to deceive them.
Abuti thabiso, who goes by the Twitter handle @thabiso_abuti, commented:
"No, no, no, no my friend R200 is small, very small. Zama R2 000."
Another tweep, @iamlesmaada, wrote:
"What happens when the wife gives him R300 more you add to the R200. That husband is a mumu."
Social media user, @Yayabo_lavish, said:
"Lol may I not get such a partner."
While this man might not have been caught, another was not so lucky. Briefly.co.za previously reported a hilarious video has been shared on social media showing a woman going off at a man for cheating.
In the footage, the agitated lady is seen pointing to a man standing with another woman. She goes on to say that the man is someone's boyfriend and he's busy cheating.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!