Groom humiliates wife at wedding reception by revealing the eight guests she cheated with

Humiliated bride. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Humiliated bride. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

A groom got revenge on his cheating wife by airing her dirty laundry in front of all their guests at their wedding reception.

Shawn, one of the guests who witnessed the drama, recounted the story on the Graham Norton Show during a segment where guests are seated on a big red chair and given the opportunity to tell their anecdotes, Sun UK reports.

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Shawn says the groom discovered that his fiancée had been cheating on him with a few of his friends, but instead of breaking up with her he decided to marry her in a lavish ceremony before exposing her in fron of their family and friends, Mirror UK reports.

“At the reception everyone started doing their speeches and then the groom stood up and said ‘we're going to play a game’,” Shawn recounted.

The groom asked all the guests to stand up and then asked them to turn over their plates to see if there was a red sticker on the bottom.

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“It filtered out until there were eight guys left standing,” he continued.

The groom then pointed towards the eight men and announced to everyone that they’d all slept with his wife since they’ve been engaged.

“And I’m now going for an annulment,” the husband said, concluding his speech. He then exited the room without saying another word, leaving guests in a state of shock.

Twitter users were quick to react to the shocking tale. “Can I honestly say I think that was the best red chair story I’ve heard yet... Cracking,” one user said.

“Say what? Get that red chair guy back on! I need to know more about the red dot plate wedding,” another commented.

Sources: Sun UK, Mirror UK

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