Technology is not a cheater’s best friend.
A woman recently shared a story to her social media followers saying that she had caught her relationships” target=”_blank”>boyfriend< account, where she wrote “When the guy you’re dating says he misses you but then you click the live photo.” Apparently, the unnamed man sent a live photo, which is essentially a short video instead of just a still image.
While the initial photo appears to show an empty hotel bed with a stuffed lamb propped up near the pillows, the footage reveals another woman jumping onto the bed from out of frame.
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Since the video was originally posted, it has been viewed over genres.
In the comments, some users questioned whether or not the story was true, with one user writing, “This is TikTok, it’s 95% fake.”
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Other users, however, responded by claiming that similar situations had happened to them.
“The guy I was talking to went on a trip,” wrote one user, “and I asked for a picture. When I clicked the live, someone in the car said ‘are you done?’”
Another seemingly jilted lover wrote, “A guy I dated did the same and a bumble notification popped up on the live.”
Some users added their own advice, with one user writing, “This is why I always hold down the photos they send.”
“I wish women would stop exposing these tricks because now men will know,” added another.