How To Find Out If YOUR Partner Is Infidelity! Man claims his ‘genius’ water bottle trick exposes cheaters (but some say there’s a big flaw in his plan)
A man has sparked fierce debate online after claiming his water bottle trick can reveal if someone is being unfaithful.
Daniel Hentshcel, from LA, went viral on TikTok this weekend when he shared his unusual way of testing with partners.
The social media star – who has 995,000 followers on the platform – urged viewers to pick up a water bottle from a thrift store.
Speaking in his viral videohe explained, “Buy a used water bottle from Goodwill that could, in theory, belong to anyone.”
He then recommended putting it somewhere in your partner’s car and pretending to come across it yourself.
Social media star Daniel Hentshcel, from LA, urged viewers to pick up a water bottle from a charity shop and then place it in their partner’s car (stock photo)
Daniel instructed the viewers exactly what to do, telling them to hand it over and say, “Here’s your water bottle.”
He continued, “Use this exact wording. This only works if they think you think it’s theirs.”
If they have nothing to hide from you, Daniel says the partner will have no problem telling them it’s not their bottle.
He added, “They’ll admit they don’t know who it belongs to because you’ve made them feel you trust them.”
Alternatively, the social media star says someone who is unfaithful in a relationship will have no problem lying about the water bottle.
He explained, “If they cheat, they’ll go with you and pretend it’s theirs.”
Plus, Daniel says the method would also work in your partner’s bedroom or near their home.
Daniel’s video has been viewed more than seven million times in the last 24 hours, dividing viewers.
‘THE THIS IS GENIUS’, one replied.
“This man is an ex-FBI agent,” another joked.
A third said, “This is actually good advice.”
Additionally, a fourth viewer who was impressed wrote, “I’m 100% going to try this.”
“Honestly,” said a fifth. “This is smart.”
Others, however, disagreed with Daniel’s “test,” claiming it wouldn’t work for every couple.
One critic argued that it was inherently flawed, saying, “My husband pays no heed to anything.”
“I would literally think it was his.”
Another added, “As someone with a terrible memory I would probably think I bought it.”
A third answered from experience: ‘My ex did this with men’s deodorant.
“I really thought it belonged to my son…”
“Or just find someone you can trust,” a fourth mused.
“My friend is so absent-minded,” added a fifth.
“He’d probably just think it was his.”