A guy recently caused a stir on twitter after posting a picture of a car. What caught people's attention was how it was badly scratched. He mentioned on his post that people should avoid cheating, because they might find themselves in the same situation.
When it comes to relationships, each and every person has their own standards. And those aldo influence their reactions if someone were to cheat on them. Some prefer to leave immediately after finding that their partners may be cheating. While others stay and revenge, some make it a point that the ex partner loses everything.
Those who are continuously active on social media would have seem that many guys have been victims of their properties being destroyed. However this time around it was difficult to understand how the women got to this point. See more of people's reactions down below via the source link provided.
Share your thoughts on the comment section, what do you think of what happened to the guy?
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