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I found out my ex cheated on me — from his wedding announcement
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The footage was shown on a big screen in front of family and friends, who then separated the couple after the bride threw her bouquet at her partner on their wedding day. A groom has played a video of his bride apparently cheating on him with her brother-in-law during their wedding. The footage, which has gone viral in China, was shown on a big screen in front of family and friends. The wedding reportedly took place in the province of Fujian in south-eastern China last Thursday - but there have been claims the whole incident is a marketing ploy. One clip shows the couple walking down the aisle and then standing on a stage at their wedding banquet. Seconds later, an X-rated video starts playing from the projector, before the the groom tells the bride: "You thought I didn't know? Shortly after, they are separated by their family and friends, Mail Online reports.
23 True Confessions From Married Women That'll Make You Say, "Just Whoa."
Users take to the site to anonymously share their secrets, and if true, they might just ruin your faith in love. From the groom who slept with his wife-to-be's bridesmaid to the bride who lost her virginity to the limo driver, these are the 10 most shocking wedding day cheating confessions One man admitted to being late for the ceremony for the worst reason, saying 'I was 5 minuted late to my wedding because I was having sex with my wife's bridesmaid. The groom that every woman dreads marrying wrote, 'I cheated on my wife on our wedding night because she didn't want to have sex.
I don't remember the exact day Colin not his real name became part of my life. A fleetingly glimpsed neighbour I'd sometimes nod to, I knew he was a long-distance truck driver and I think he knew who I was. When our paths crossed, he would seldom meet my gaze. I don't even remember when I first heard his name. A familiar voice uttered it, though: my wife's.