Man Lures Cheating Wife’s Boyfriend To His House Via Whatsapp, Guess What...

Man Lures Cheating Wife’s Boyfriend To His House Via Whatsapp, Guess What Happens Next

A man who accused his wife of infidelity has done the most awkward thing after he confirmed that his wife was actually cheating on him with his own cousin.

On the fateful day, the woman who hails from Soweto in South Africa reportedly forgot her phone at home and went out shopping before her husband picked up the device and checked through.

While he was still with the phone, a new message arrived via Whatsaap social media and to his surprise, it was from his wife’s boyfriend.

On reading the message, the husband whose identity was not disclosed became even more horrified to learn that she was cheating with his own cousin, who lives three blocks away.

He reportedly played along by chatting up the man who felt he was actually chatting with his girlfriend.

The enraged husband wrote, “Come to my house. My husband is not at home.”

Funny enough, the boyfriend replied, “What should I do?” and the husband in reply said, “Come inside the house I’m waiting for you.”

According to World Wide Weird News, the husband kept the conversation going in order to catch his cousin red-handed. The two exchanged steamy messages all the while, encouraging his wife’s lover to come over to his house.

Finally, the woman’s boyfriend arrived the house hoping to meet his girlfriend only to be greeted but the woman’s highly irked husband at the driveway.

The cheating man fled as the angry husband tried to confront him but it didn’t just end like that as the husband vented out his anger by slashing the tires of his vehicle.

Confirming the incident, Soweto police spokesperson Warrant Officer, Kay Makhubela, said that the husband was arrested and charged with malicious damage to property although he was later released after he appeared in court.


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