A man is going viral for claiming that he caught his girlfriend cheating on Tinder by seeing the app reflected in her eyes.
Sam Nunn made the allegation on TikTok this weekend, sharing a video of his girlfriend lying in bed, looking at her phone.
When he zooms in on her eyes, though, they reflect her phone screen, which shows her swiping through the dating app Tinder.
Viral video: A man is going viral for claiming that he caught his girlfriend cheating on Tinder by seeing the app reflected in her eyes
Close-up: When he zooms in the video as close as he can on her eyes, the reflection shows that she appears to be looking at a picture of a man
Swiping? She then swipes across the screen, and another man’s picture pops up. She swipes again to show another picture, and it becomes clear she is swiping through Tinder
Sam’s video has already racked up three quarters of a million views on the platform.
The video shows a close-up of a woman’s face as she lays on her side in bed, scrolling through her phone.
When he zooms in the video as close as he can on her eyes, the reflection shows that she appears to be looking at a picture of a man.
She then swipes across the screen, and another man’s picture pops up. She swipes again to show another picture, and it becomes clear she is swiping through Tinder.
The video then cuts to Sam, who looks sad and shakes his head.
Though the video implies that he caught his girlfriend looking for another date online, his Twitter bio currently reads, ‘it was a joke.’
It’s unclear if his bio is referring to the viral cheating video or something else.
Oh well… The video then cuts to Sam Nunn, who looks sad and shakes his head
When commenters asked him if the video was real, he answered: ‘Yeah.’
Other commenters called the woman ‘heartless’ and wanted Sam to record another video of him dumping her.
If the TikTok video is, in fact, a joke, Sam may have been inspired to make it by another viral clip that earned 2.6 million views after it was uploaded back in November.
Before hitting ‘send,’ the two-timing dunce apparently failed to notice the reflection in his sunglasses, which showed another woman’s legs lounging in the car next to him — but Sydney certainly didn’t miss it.
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‘That one time my boyfriend of 4 years snapchatted me him cheating on me,’ Sydney wrote in the video.
The short clip shows her standing in front of the selfie, covering half of her ex’s face.
In the image, he is in a car wearing black sunglasses, and in the frame that’s visible, his arm on the steering wheel is reflected back at the camera — which is concerning enough, as the young man appears to have taken the photo of himself while driving.
But Sydney then shifts to the other side of the picture, revealing the other lens. And there, the reflection is also quite clear: a woman’s bear legs, propped up on the inside of the car with her feet out the window.
‘Check the reflection in your boyfriend’s sunnies ladies,’ Sydney captioned the clip.
Not so smart! The man didn’t realize that the woman sitting comfortably in the car next to him was reflected in his sunglasses
Suspicious: The boyfriend tried to claim it was his friend’s girlfriend and he’s ‘allowed to have friends.’ Sydney later learned he’s been with five different women in the past month alone
In the comments section, she went on to share more details, revealing that things got even worse after she got the photo.
‘I called him and asked if he realized he sent me a b***h in his Snapchat and he had no idea’ she wrote. ‘So I sent it to him and he called me crazy and that it was our friend’s gf and [that] he’s allowed to have friends.’
She later learned that he as been seeing at least five other women on the side in the past month alone.
Though the video is Sydney’s only one, it’s already been viewed 1.8 million times since she posted it three days ago.
Hundreds of thousands of people have liked it, with many leaving her supporting comments.
‘Guys always thinking they can pull a fast one on us,’ wrote one.
‘Don’t know why he’s got the sunnies on, he’s not that bright,’ said another,