A man recently went ahead and made elaborate plans to confront his girlfriend about cheating, and it's a masterpiece in revenge.
His girlfriend had not only cheated on him but also tricked him into thinking her child was his.
The kicker? The guy filmed the entire thing. And after sharing the video online, it immediately went viral.
The video begins with the guy handing his girlfriend a gift bag, and she has no idea what to expect.
She thought the gift was a loving gesture from her boyfriend for giving birth to a daughter for him. So, she appears really excited about opening the gift bag.
The gift bag also had a bottle of wine, which made it look like genuine.
The woman then guesses whether the birthday present is a necklace or a trip to Dubai as she unwraps several bags.
This goes on for a while until she gets to an orange envelope.
She finally finds a piece of paper inside. She remains excited, never expecting what could be in it.
With her hopes up, she opens the paper to read.
To her greatest shock, she discovers the papers were DNA test results of her daughter, proving the man isn't the biological dad.
She immediately jumps into 'OMG. Why would you do this!?' mode. But it's clear there was no way out of this.
The guy then tells her that he always suspected that the daughter wasn't his. So, he took a DNA test to confirm his doubts.
Turns out, the woman had been fooling this man for a whole three years.
While this is just one instance that happened to be on camera, there are plenty of women out there lying to their partners about their children.
In a similar case, a man recently took to the subreddit, Am I The A-Hole, to explain that he has decided to step out of his 5-year-old son's life.
The man said that he came to this conclusion after learning the son he thought he shared with his ex-wife isn't his. In the post, he explains that he became suspicious because the boy didn't look like him nor his mother.
After he confronted the wife, she admitted he wasn't the boy's biological father.
The two had been married for three years before divorcing.