After hearing a man brag about how easy it was to cheat on his wife multiple times, Stephanie Stayer had enough, and snapped a picture of him, then posted it on her Facebook page. His picture has now been reposted 275,000 times! It brings up an interesting question. Who is this benefiting?
Well I love the idea that this guy is getting what he deserves, I can’t help but feel sorry for his wife. Not only does she have a horrible husband, but she has to discover this through a facebook post. It’s bad enough to find out you’ve been cheated on, but even worse to have all of your friends and family find out first. I just hope they don’t have kids.
I’ve overheard lots of guys talking about their affairs on the subway. It seems to be a thing; as if the pressure of keeping a secret at home drives them to share it with as many strangers as possible. I’ve never once thought of taking a picture of that person. Yes, I’ve dreamed about “accidentally” spilling my coffee on them, but nothing as drastic as publicly shaming them. (Yes, I realize I’m being a hypocrite by continuing the public shaming of the train guy by posting his picture.)
What would you do?
- Cheating Husbands? Facebook Photo Goes Viral, Claims Men Bragged About Affairs (socialnewsdaily.com)
- Commuter Shames Bragging “Cheater” on Facebook (newsfixnow.com)
- Junk shots? Racist rants? Sorry, social shaming on the Internet always backfires (today.com)