Man uses drone to catch cheating wife

A man has published a video in which he shows the drone footage where he caught his wife cheating on him.

She met the man she was cheating on her husband with near their home at the local CVS.

Her husband said: "She had been getting called in early to work more often in the past couple of weeks, and then I got a call from someone telling me something was going on.

"I tried to follow her a couple of times prior but both times she went to work, so I’m not sure if she was getting tipped off or I was just unlucky. So I took the drone up and that worked."

The man is absolutely heartbroken in the video, and even catches her fixing her hair, "you got to make yourself look pretty for the guy you’re about to cheat on your husband with right".

They’ve been married for 18 years.

"If you watch carefully, you’re going to see 18 years go right down the f***ing drain."

Poor guy. The video is so emotional to watch as we witness him experiencing the devastation of discovering a cheating spouse.

However, he has received a lot of positive feedback and support for his video and is considering developing his channel.



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