Furious woman humiliates her cheating husband by spraying a cheeky message on their mattress and placing it outside their home
- A mother has sprayed a message on a mattress for her cheating husband
- She told him she divorced him after she found out he was having an affair in their bed
- A photo of the mattress that was placed at the front of their house was shared with Reddit
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An angry mother apparently humiliated her cheating husband by spraying a message on the couple’s mattress for him and his mistress and leaving it outside the family home.
In the brutal message, the contemptuous woman claims that she had told her husband and father to their children that she would divorce him.
“I have changed the locks [husband’s name]. Take the bed to [mistress’ name] house S ** t. I’m going to divorce you. I told the children what you did in our bed and they no longer love daddy, “the message is in bright red paint.
A photo of the mattress outside the family home, taken somewhere in Australia, was shared with reddit on Monday.
A furious woman humiliated her cheating husband by spraying a message on a mattress for him and his mistress and placing it outside their parental home (photo)
Most users sympathized with the mother and said that her cheating husband “got what he deserved.”
However, there was also much discussion about the mother who chose to tell the couple’s children what their father had done.
‘If you have a wife and children, you cheat on your entire family. She [the kids] are already involved, “someone said.
Another wrote: “Cheaters deserve what they get … I don’t think this was unjustified. Especially if they were married to children ‘.
“He involved the children by cheating their mother. Did you expect that she would lie to them and not explain why Dad doesn’t come back? ‘agree.
One person wrote: “I see no problem telling the children the truth. Guy has stopped and is confronted with the consequences’.
“Shame on your partner for cheating is fine in my book, but your children deserve to have a good relationship with their father, not to let him malign for something that had nothing to do with them,” said a person.
“As someone who divorces my entire family, I can tell you firsthand how bad it is to drag the kids in … the kids need parents plural,” another said.
Another pointed out, however, that children can be ‘signed’ by such a disturbing incident between parents.
‘Leave the children out! Damn, why do people always try to get children into adult problems. ”