A scorned woman taught her significant other the hard way that she would not tolerate his infidelity in the video below.
After she allegedly found out that he slept with one of her co-workers, the angry woman got revenge, making sure that he would he would not do it again when she set his groin on fire while he was sleeping.
The origins of this video are not yet known, nor are the identities of either member of the couple.
In the 30-second video, the man wears nothing but socks and underwear. He appears to be in a deep sleep and does not stir when the woman gently lifts the covers off of him.
She then pours flammable nail polish remover onto his underwear, above the crotch.
In the video, the woman takes a long lighter and ignites the man's groin on fire. Flames shoot up, and the man instantly wakes up and pats out the flames.
He writhes around, moaning.
“You cheating on me with my f*cking co-worker, you didn't think I was gonna f*cking find out?” she says off camera.
Considering his condition, the indisposed man understandably does not have a comeback at the moment and simply moans in pain.
“Stupid ass [N-word]. Get your sh*t and get the f*ck out,” she says as he falls off the bed. “You and that bitch can go to hell.”
This year has been a rough one for cheaters around the world, although the woman lighting her boyfriend’s crotch on fire undoubtedly ranks as one of the most painful revenge stories of late.
The Daily Mail reports that, in April, a Japanese woman was so angry with her cheating boyfriend that she dumped his Apple electronics collection, worth thousands of dollars, into a bathtub full of water.
In February, a woman reportedly destroyed her husband’s Audi R8 V, worth an estimated $115,900, after she found out about his infidelity. She smashed all the windows, the dashboard, the speedometer, the headlights and the taillights. She also tore the expensive leather seats and keyed the exterior, writing “f*ck you” with a smiley face.
All things considered, they both got off easy.
The video that gives new meaning to the saying “Liar liar, pants on fire” can be seen below.
Warning: Strong Language