Husband caught holidaying with mistress on livestream by shocked wife during Labour Day

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One married woman got an unwelcome surprise while she was staying home during the Labour Day holiday to take care of her children – she discovered her husband on holiday with his mistress on a livestream.

The unexpected revelation occurred in China when the woman was at home attending to her children. Feeling bored, she spent her time engaging in social networking activities, including watching livestreams of scenic resorts.

While she was immersed in the livestream, she suddenly spotted a familiar figure in the background. Upon closer inspection, she identified the man as her husband.

Just a few days prior, he had informed her that he would attend to some errands during the break, so he wouldn’t be able to take his wife and children with him on a holiday trip. However, the wife later discovered that her husband was not running errands as he claimed, but rather enjoying his time with a young lady.

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In a video clip, the unknown woman can be seen walking ahead while the husband closely follows. Not only did the couple appear to be very close and intimate, but they were also sporting matching footwear.

To prevent her husband from attempting to deny his actions, the wife recorded and shared the evidence on social media networks.

She revealed how she had always loved her husband for working hard, believing that their family required a significant income to provide for their needs. Thus, she chose to stay at home and care for their children, rather than going on trips.

Unfortunately for her, her husband was not working hard as she anticipated; instead, he enjoyed himself with his mistress and left the wife struggling to cope with her marital challenges and care for their young children.

After the mentioned video clip was shared online, numerous netizens provided a variety of opinions. The majority empathised with the wife, criticising her unfaithful husband. However, some bluntly advised that exposing such matters to the public typically exacerbates concerns about divorce. They recommended that she stop using social networks and focus on gathering evidence to support her legal claims for the maximum compensation available by law.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha was a successful freelance journalist who worked with international news organisations before joining Thaiger. With a Bachelor's degree in Journalism from London, her global perspective on news and current affairs is influenced by her days in the UK, Singapore, and across Thailand. She now covers general stories related to Thailand.

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