Sisters Catch Wife Having Affair At Ballgame (Photos)

| by David Bonner
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During an Atlanta Braves baseball game, sisters Delana and Brynn spent some of their time reading what the woman sitting in front of them was texting on her cell phone.

The woman was sitting next to a man whom the sisters believed to be her husband.

The texts, allegedly addressed to a man who was disguised on her phone as “Nancy,” were of a romantic nature, leading the sisters to believe that the woman was cheating on her husband.  

So they decided to snitch on the alleged cheating wife.

First, they secretly took pictures of the woman’s texts. Then they wrote a note on the baseball game’s program which said, “Your wife is cheating on you. Look at the messages under Nancy! Sorry, just thought you should know!”

In addition, they put Danica’s phone number on the note and let him know that they had pictures of the texts if he wanted to see them -- in case his wife deleted them before he got a chance to investigate.

When the game was over, the sisters handed the note to the man, and he allegedly gave them a “thumbs up” gesture -- a seemingly casual response for a man who has just discovered that his wife is cheating on him.

Shortly thereafter, he texted the sisters, thanking them and requesting to see the pictures, which they sent to him.

That was the last they heard from the man, so they don’t know what came of their investigation.

However, the story did succeed in going viral when they shared it on Twitter. Comments were a mixed bag of support and disapproval of the sisters' actions.

"Something like this can get a person hurt real bad. These girls [don't] know if the husband is abusive or crazy," wrote one user. 

Another writes: "I would want to know! Either way, these girls were damned if they did and damned if they didn't. There are those of us who think they did the right thing, and there are those that don't. It is what it is."

Sources:  Little Things/Facebook, Little Things / Photo credit: Facebook via Little Things, Twitter via Little Things

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