Met up to catch up with some girlfriends and one of them tells me this story:
A guy, B, we went to school with way back in the day has been married for a few years now & has kids with this chick, K.
K has a a gal pal, we will call L.
L was out at a bar one evening recently and happened to see B sitting at a table with a woman having drinks who was not K. It was obvious that there was Something going on.
L did not approach him at all, but rather, took a picture of B with this mystery woman and put it on her Facebook for the entire world to see. B and K and L have a lot of mutual friends so she totally put him on blast.
It happens. I know someone that got busted by his own kids via FB. That's sometimes safer than going directly to the BS and a picture is more powerful than words. Many times the BS doesn't want to believe it so telling them does no good.
Personally if my husband were cheating I wouldn't care how I found out as long as I did.
Depending on the comments she made with the photo and how she went about posting it - she could have just captioned it with "cool, ran into B at the bar, see" or something non-accusatory and let everyone judge for themselves. Like Mavash says, photo speaks for itself, the bulk of the truth, whatever it may be, will filter through.
I don't know because I don't know the people personally nor do I associate with them. I was just telling you guys a story I heard.
Word on the street is he is a serial cheater.
I think it'd be a cooler story if the wife did it. Similar to what I ALMOST did to my wife, but stopped myself thank God.
I was going to copy her and her EA's sex messages and post them on her wall. Seeing her mom's expression would have been priceless (her mom thinks she was a virgin at marriage and that she never drinks and all this other unrealistic stuff).