A husband sitting at a baseball game was handed a hand-written note from strangers in the seats behind him and the note said that his wife is cheating on him. So how did these strangers know this? They were looking over the wife’s shoulder at the text messages she was sending and receiving and saw that this wife was in the midst of some hot and heavy communication with a man named Mark Allen.
The over-the-shoulder whistle blowers were two sisters who were at an Atlantic Braves baseball game and just happened to sit behind this couple, according to News 9 on Jul 25. It appears that these sisters were either really bored with the game or just a couple of natural busybodies having a field day with what was unfolding in front of them.
The women who wrote the note are identified as Delana and Brynn Hynson. They wrote this bad-news letter to the guy on an Atlantic Braves flyer saying, “Your wife is cheating on you.” They also wrote, “Look at the messages under Nancy! It’s really a man named Mark Allen.”
These two amateur detectives even took pictures of the text messages and supplied their contact information to the husband via the note. They told him to get in touch with them if he would like the pictures of the messages.
The sisters also posted the pictures they took of the wife texting the racy messages online for anyone to see. They did finish off the note, which is also seen on social media, saying “sorry thought you should know, according to First to Know.
The sisters wrote about their seemingly good deed for the day on Twitter. They said the guy read the note and turned around giving them a thumbs-up. They also said the man did message them later and wanted the pictures of the text messages sent to him.
Along with the pictures of the wife’s racy text messages, the sisters also posted a short video of them writing the note to the man. While these sisters might have thought they were doing a good deed, some folks across the social media sites see it differently.
On “Fox and Friends Weekend” Saturday morning live, the anchors talked about this note and they had mixed feelings on the subject. They thought these women were taking a lot for granted by penning this letter to the guy.
The sisters had no way of knowing who this guy was and if he was volatile or not. Although from their report the guy seemed to be appreciative by giving the sisters a thumbs up, but they couldn’t have known that when handing him the note. What if the guy got violent right there in the stands?
What do you think? Did these sisters do their civic duty or was this a risky thing to do?