Girls Catch Woman Sexting Beside Her Husband In Public, Guess What They...

Girls Catch Woman Sexting Beside Her Husband In Public, Guess What They Did [LOOK]

By Metro UK on July 24, 2015
Woman checking her phone (Photo Credit: Stock Image

It’s been a bad week for cheaters.

First up there was the Ashley Madison hack, and now a woman has been outed for apparently sexting another man while at a ball game with her husband.


The woman was outed by two Twitter users – sisters (and expert spies) Brynn and Delana Hinson – who were sitting behind the couple at an Atlanta Braves baseball game on Wednesday.

They claim the woman was sexting a man named Mark Allan, who was suspiciously saved in her phone under the name Nancy.

Woman gets found out at a baseball game, when caught 'sexting' by two girls sitting behind the couple Source: Twitter/@lanabaybee8
A picture of one of the woman’s sexts to someone who was not her husband (Picture: Twitter/@lanabaybee8)

Naturally, the girls live tweeted the saga, beginning with the message below which has since been retweeted 17,000 times.

Not content with simply calling her out to social media strangers, the sisters decided they had to let her other half know so wrote him a note.

The letter, which can be seen in the top image, reads: ‘Your wife is cheating on you. Look at the messages under Nancy! It’s really a man named Mark Allen. There is pictures on my phone. She has deleted the messages. [Brynn and Delana’s mobile numbers]. Sorry, just thought you should know!’

Amazingly, the stealth sisters then managed to smuggle the note to the husband as he and his wife left the stadium.

And it seems their work wasn’t in vain. The spurned spouse has since been in touch (see below) and requested the evidence of his other half’s infidelity.

According to Brynn, the couple have been married for 29 years.

And, speaking to, her sister Delana said: ‘After I sent him the pictures we didn’t talk… I don’t think he’s confronted her yet.

‘I want to ask him but it’s not my place.’

She also confirmed that, from their brief correspondence, he seemed happy that the sisters brought the situation to his attention, saying: ‘He was appreciated [sic] we told him. Probably not so much that it’s on the internet but we never thought it would blow up like this.’

The perils of the social media age, eh?

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