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Man Films The Moment His Girlfriend Spots Tinder On His Phone

Man Films The Moment His Girlfriend Spots Tinder On His Phone

A man has given us all a lesson on why it's not a good idea to cheat, after his girlfriend spotted Tinder on his phone and was, understandably, less than pleased. Oh and the whole thing was caught on video...

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Lynn Burton, 26, was on a three-day getaway with her fella Ahkeem Murphy, also 26, in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin but the lovely break turned to disaster when she spied the Tinder app on his phone while they were out playing around on the water. Not ideal.

As the pair ride along on a water scooter, looking happy as you like and posing for the camera, Lynn can be seen leaning in and squinting, to get a better look at his phone before asking: "Wait, is that Tinder?" Whoops.

A worried-looking Ahkeem tries to play it cool, saying: "What are you talking about?"

But Lynn continues: "I thought you deleted that, who is that?"

The couple continue to bicker - as Lynn demands to check his phone, an insistent Ahkeem refuses to do so.

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The woman makes a grab for the phone. Credit: Jam Press
The woman makes a grab for the phone. Credit: Jam Press

He then appears to speed up the water scooter as though he can somehow get away from what is going on, despite his angry girlfriend being sat literally behind him.

Since the clip was uploaded on Twitter, with the caption 'got caught slipping', it's racked up almost two-and-a-half million views and more than 33,000 likes.

Explaining the situation later, Ahkeem said: "I attempted to distract her by accelerating the jet ski which resulted in her laughing instead."

He added: "You can't be too mad when you're having fun on a jet ski." Hmm, I'm not so sure about that, mate.

But not be as bad as it seems because Ahkeem, who tweets under the name Luxury Prince, has since shared clips of himself with Lynn, where they look like they're having a laugh at a funfair - meaning she doesn't seem to have dumped him and/or launched him into the water for cheating, so that's good.

Ahkeem said he tried to distract her 'by accelerating' but, unsurprisingly, that didn't work. Credit: Jam Press
Ahkeem said he tried to distract her 'by accelerating' but, unsurprisingly, that didn't work. Credit: Jam Press

Other people have commented to say that they reckon it's a skit as opposed to a live-action break-up for all the world to see.

But whatever it is going on, I think it's a clear lesson to us all - don't cheat on your partner. Odds are you will get caught and it might go viral.

Featured Image Credit: Jam Press

Topics: Community, Viral

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

 

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