My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out

My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out

Cheating is a menace many relationships seem to face as women run out of ideas on how to handle it.

Well, a woman seemed to get the shock of her life after she discovered her husband’s cheating ways in the most unconventional manner.

According to a Facebook user, Mabel Agbenyo, a pregnant customer went to the married woman’s shop and bought goods worth N164,000. However, she wanted to pay with POS and the ATM card she produced belonged to the shop owner's husband.

Mabel added that the pregnant customer explained that the card is for her fiancé and they are getting married after she gives birth which is in three months.

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My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out

My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out
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Interestingly, the ladies husband has refused to go home since the incident happened and his wife has not called to ask what the problem is.

The incident reportedly happened at Garki market in Abuja.

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See Mabel's post below:

My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out

My pregnant customer paid with my husband’s ATM card - Nigerian lady cries out
Source: Facebook

Nawa o.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that a cheating husband begged his lover to take him back after she discovered that he has a pregnant wife, a child and five other mistresses.

According to Amina on Twitter, the man had been dating a lady for about seven months and he also lived with her during the week because of the distance to his office. The man had claimed that he lived in Egbeda with his brother and other family members and the lady also never visited.

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