A husband has been caught out cheating by his eagle-eyed wife after she spotted a giveaway detail in a photo he sent her while on a trip.
The wife took to social media to reveal why the seemingly-innocent snap lead her and her husband to split.
She shared the two snaps he had sent in a video, inviting her followers to guess what it was that triggered her suspicions.
“My husband sent me pics trying to look all cute in his suite at the casino but I noticed some odd things now he is single can you guess what it is?” she wrote.
A number of wild theories emerged but sharp onlookers quickly picked up on the major giveaway that his 'solo' trip was far from that.
“Hair straightener looks pretty sus,” one wry individual pointed out.
“You guys are missing the fact he ain’t got no RING on,” another wrote.
“Women’s body wash, contact solution (if he doesn’t have contacts ofc), green cap Cetaphil face wash (I think), straightener, comb,” a real Sherlock Holmes-type ventured.
While some argued a straightener sometimes comes with the hotel room, others wondered why it had been taken out, and plugged in by the man with a close-cropped cut.
In a later video, the wife confirmed it was the straightener and a purse tucked in the corner of the shot that set off alarm bells.
“The very first thing I noticed when he sent me those two pictures was of course the straightener … and the second thing I noticed … was the purse on the floor,” she explained.
She says while the man tried to defend himself, saying it wasn't his room, she trusted her gut and dumped in.
It's not the first time a cheating partner has been exposed.
Earlier this week, a church-going couple shocked the internet, when a chance encounter exposed long-term infidelity just days after they tied the knot.
The anonymous woman shared her lengthy tale in a Reddit post (which has since been deleted) in hopes of gaining some advice on her predicament, explaining that she still loves her husband but doesn't know what to do.
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