Another day, another cheater gets exposed. You know that revenge is wrong, but sometimes, you can't help yourself. Especially when you have the perfect opportunity to expose the cheater - your mutual wedding!
After discovering his bride-to-be was having an affair with her sister's husband, the man decided to take his evidence center stage at their wedding.
Some say this happened in Fujian, China. Others think it's some PR business because the whole thing is bizarre and ruthless.
The video starts as a fairytale:
"Now we are going to show you the videos of how the newlyweds grew up."
And everyone's going "Aww." Too bad we can't hear the groom's evil laughter, because it was in his head only.
Now, the good part. Moments in, an X-rated clip begins playing, and the crowd's in shock!
It's the groom's time to pull a James Bond, as he comes to his bride and says:
"You thought I didn't know?"
It's straight out of a telenovela.
The couple's story
As per their friends, the ex couple dated for two years.
Some believe that the groom found the material, sorry, the video, while doing home renovations.
Needless to say, the couple is no longer on speaking terms. In fact, the bride threw her bouquet at the groom, and the guests had to separate them. More than once.
To make matters worse, her sister was pregnant, while her husband was sleeping with her sister, our bride.
Chinese bloggers share opinions
Blogger Jiang Zhe claims that the bride had cheated on her fiancé after alleged domestic violence. But, you don't cheat, you leave, and you try not to hurt your sister in the process.
The blogger added that the bride had admitted the affair and confessed she and her brother-in-law had developed feelings for each other.
However, another gossip columnist, Mr. Zha, believes the whole incident was simply a fabricated marketing stunt for an app Aubergine Video.
"Who would air their dirty laundry on a video website?"
Well, most likely, everyone. We live in a world where privacy is a lost art.
Anyway, the video is no longer on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, but it's on Twitter, and everywhere else.
Was it a marketing ploy? Who knows, but if it was, the whole part about the pregnant sister was more than enough. We tend to believe it was real.