Cheating Exposed: 2 Sisters Who Blew One Woman's Cover

Infidelity is a much feared, much shunned upon thing. Yet, people do it every day - risking their love lives, their families and their reputations. Why people cheat is sometimes clear as day, and other times extremely complicated. Whether the motive is filling a void that a relationship has lost, a drunken mistake or perhaps a little bit of both, it often entangles many individuals if the truth gets out. But the question is: who has the right to spill the beans? A friend? A family member? A lover? Most likely, you're not thinking a stranger, and most definitely, you're thinking the one who is doing the cheating. Whatever the case, people feel inclined to not sit by silently and tolerate one person hurting another for their own pleasure. For two sisters last week at an Atlanta Brave's baseball game, they felt that, strangers or not, they needed to take action. Sitting behind a married couple at the game, the sisters, Brynn and Delana Hinson, noticed that the wife was "sexting" another man all while cozying up to her husband. The sisters reacted by taking pictures of the text messages, tweeting the pictures, and then handing off a note to the husband explaining what they'd witnessed - noting that the receiver of the messages was saved as "Nancy," but that his real name is Mark Allen. The sisters claim they handed the man the note as he was walking away, with his wife in front so she could not see. The man gave the women a thumbs up, and later texted them asking for the photos they'd taken of the sexting situation, but they haven't heard from him since. note Allegedly married for 29 years, the husband had no idea that his wife was cheating on him, and is now left to figure out how to move forward. Do you think the sisters had the right to expose this woman's infidelity? Source: Cosmopolitan Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_100603" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat snapcode code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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