Cheating Man's Wife Shames Him By Hanging Posters All Over Neighborhood

Most cheaters probably think they will never be caught, but unfortunately for them, they often are. While some are able to salvage the relationship they have with the person they cheating on, other relationships are beyond saving. That's definitely the case for one married couple.

Apparently, the wife found out that her husband was cheating on her. He then left her, took a job in another city and moved away to Virginia with his mistress. However, his wife discovered where his new house was and plastered his new neighborhood with signs calling him out.

The posters show a photo of the man with his soon-to-be-ex-wife and their two kids. There is a circle around his face and under the pic it says, "ABANDONED his wife and kids in NY to come to RTC and screw MILFs! (and for a cr***y gov't job!). Some neighbor you have! He's still married and living with another woman."

She goes on to ask the police to "cite him for adultery," which she notes is a "class 4 misdemeanor according to Virginia code."

Someone local who saw the sign posted it to Reddit.

While some commenters found it funny, others were upset the woman chose to involve their kids by including them in the photo on the signs.

One person wrote, "Why would she put the kids' pictures on the flyers... Considering the children's pics are on there, I'm sure they have already been put through hell by their parents. I get it, a lover scorned, but the kids? Really?" Another stated, "I would never do this either way, but I can't understand why she didn't just do a giant head shot of him. I understand she wants to emphasize the abandonment of his family component, but I feel like the words would have been enough. My dad cheated and left us for another woman/life and I would never have wanted this." One commenter said, "She'll regret it later but she must have been filled with absolute rage."

According to the person who shared the pic on Reddit, the posters were all torn down by the next day.

Photo: Getty Images, Reddit

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