Woman outs 'cheating' man to his wife on TikTok: 'Saving you'

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A woman has gone viral on TikTok for outing a potentially cheating husband to his wife, after coming across his dating profile on Tinder.

Vanessa posted the dating profile in a video, which she captioned: "Your internet big sis saving you from cheaters."

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Vanessa spotted a suspicious dating profile on Tinder. Photo: TikTok

She shows the Tinder profile of the man named Chris which reads: "Married looking for a women that wants cheating husband for fun. I work, have a car. Wife is disabled not getting what I need. Not looking for lot of women. Just the right fit for me."

Before sharing the message she sent to his wife after discovering his Instagram profile.

"Hey, I just wanted to let you know that I think your husband is cheating on you. I saw his Tinder and recognised him from Instagram. Here's his profile," she told the woman.

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The woman was clearly shocked by the discovery and responded, saying: "Oh my god, that's Chris. I honestly don't know what to say… I can't believe this. Thank u."

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She shared a screenshot of the dating profile with the man's wife. Photo: TikTok

The video ends with Vanessa sending back another message to the woman that reads: "If I can give you a bit of advice, don't tell him you know yet. Get your ducks in a row, talk to a lawyer, figure out how to make his pockets HURT before you tell him."

The video has gained hundreds of thousands of views with many praising the Vanessa for helping the woman discover the profile. 

"Doing God's work," one person commented.

"This is so messed up. His wife deserves better," another agreed.

There were also plenty who blasted the husband for pointing out that his wife has a disability.

"What hurt most is the 'wife is disabled' so why marry us then? If you don't wanna truly deal with it. Disabled doesn't mean no feelings," was one angry response.

"As a disabled person this disgusts me," another wrote.

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