A woman discovered that her boyfriend of four years was cheating when he sent her a selfie of himself over Snapchat in his car. Thanks to his stupidity, she spotted in the reflection of his sunglasses that there was a woman sitting next to him.
Sydney Kinsch, 24, discovered that her boyfriend of four years was cheating when he sent a selfie of himself in which a woman could be seen sitting next to him in the reflection of his sunglasses.
The American woman shared her story onto TikTok, warning others to look in the reflection of their boyfriend’s sunglasses whenever they send a selfie.
The two-timing idiot apparently failed in noticing that his other woman was in the reflection of his sunglasses. In the reflection, it was clear to see that a woman’s legs were lounging beside him. Although he clearly didn’t spot it before hitting the send button, Sydney certainly did.
She wrote on the TikTok video: “That one time my boyfriend of 4 years snapchatted me him cheating on me.”
In the short clip, you can see her standing in front of the selfie, her ex’s face half-covered.
The image shows her ex wearing black sunglasses and in the frame which is visible, his arm on the steering wheel is reflected back in the camera – although it’s pretty concerning that he’s taking selfies whilst driving, what makes the reflection even worse is that on the other side of the picture, a woman’s bare leg is visible.
Sydney captioned the post: “Check the reflection in your boyfriend’s sunnies ladies.”
@sydneykinschcheck the reflection in your boyfriend’s sunnies ladies ✨ ##fyp
She then took to the comments section to reveal further information. She said that after receiving the photos, things quickly escalated.
She wrote: “I called him and asked if he realized he sent me a b***h in his Snapchat and he had no idea.
“So I sent it to him and he called me crazy and that it was our friend’s gf and [that] he’s allowed to have friends.”
Later on, she discovered that this woman was just one of many and that he’d been seeing five women alone in the past month.
Since posting it four days, the post has accumulated over 210,000 likes – despite the fact it’s her only piece of content on the social media platform.
Many have taken to the comments section to leave Sydney supporting comments.
One woman wrote: “Guys always thinking they can pull a fast one on us.”
Another said: “Don’t know why he’s got the sunnies on, he’s not that bright.”