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Man lures his wife’s boyfriend to his home through WhatsApp

By Mason White 4:38 PM April 1, 2014
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By: Aarav Sen
A man was suspicious about his wife’s activity and he suspected that she was cheating.

One day, when his wife of Soweto, South Africa, forgot her phone at home he finally found out the truth.

On Friday, his wife was out shopping and she accidentally left her phone at home. That is when the husband decide to see if his suspicions were accurate.

He took the phone, and realized that there was a new message from WhatsApp. When he read the message, the husband was shocked to learn that his wife was in fact cheating.

He was even more horrified to learn that she was cheating with his own cousin, who lives three blocks away. The husband was pretending to be his wife and replied to the WattsApp message saying:

“Come to my house. My husband is not at home.”

Soon the answer came. “What should I do?” The husband replied, “Come inside the house I’m waiting for you.”

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.

The man took the bait and he came over to the woman’s house. As soon he arrived in the driveway he was greeted by the woman’s angry husband.

The angry husband tried to confront his cousin, but he ran away, so the husband took out his anger by slashing the tires of his vehicle.

Soweto police spokesperson Warrant Officer Kay Makhubela confirmed the incident and said that the husband was charged with malicious damage to property. The husband was arrested but then released after he appeared in court.