Social media goes wild as Tweet commences manhunt for ‘Ben’, who is ‘cheating on Rosie’

Tube passenger goes viral after revealing the traveller opposite her was ‘bragging’ about ‘cheating on Rosie from Uxbridge’ with her SISTER – as Twitter users scramble to identify who the mystery couple could be

  • Paisley, 19, from Birmingham, went viral with a tweet exposing an alleged affair 
  • She said she overheard ‘Ben’ and ‘Ellie’ discussing their infidelity on the tube 
  • Social media has rallied behind ‘Rosie’, who Paisley claims is being cheated on 

Social media users have commenced manhunt – after a tube passenger overheard a conversation between two other travellers which appeared to reveal an affair between a woman’s boyfriend and her sister.  

Twitter user Paisley, 19, from  Birmingham penned a post online about a scandalous interaction she heard on a London Underground Metropolitan Line tube to Hillingdon.

She said a man called ‘Ben’ was discussing having an affair with his female companion – who turned out to be his girlfriend ‘Rosie’s’ sister.

Users have rallied behind Rosie, claiming ‘it’s on sight’ if they see her boyfriend and urged the alleged cheating victim she ‘deserves better’. 

Many flooded Twitter with the hashtag #JusticeForRosie, with posts coming in from all over the world, warning the woman: ‘Your boyfriend and sister ain’t sh**’.

Paisley’s post now has more than 128,400 likes and has been shared more than 2,360 times. 

Yesterday Paisley, 19, from Birmingham (pictured) penned a post about a scandalous interaction she heard on a London Underground

Yesterday Paisley, 19, from Birmingham (pictured) penned a post about a scandalous interaction she heard on a London Underground

Paisley has since posted a list with descriptions of the accused paramour offenders, and said that she has been DM'd photos with suggestions of who Ben could be

Paisley has since posted a list with descriptions of the accused paramour offenders, and said that she has been DM’d photos with suggestions of who Ben could be

Paisley has since posted a list with descriptions of the accused paramour offenders, and said that she has been DM’d photos with suggestions of who Ben could be.

The original tweet said: ‘Hello if your name is Rosie from Uxbridge and your boyfriend is called Ben…

‘He’s cheating on you with your sister Ellie. 

‘They’re currently sat opposite me and my best mate on a near empty tube on the met line to Hillingdon, whispering about how “you’re never going to deep it” x.’

Paisley's post (pictured) now has more than 128,400 likes and has been shared more than 2,360 times

Paisley’s post (pictured) now has more than 128,400 likes and has been shared more than 2,360 times

She added: ‘This is literally never going to reach its target audience but whatever. Justice for Rosie. If she sees this I hope she boots him in the head.’

She later released a list outlining Ben and Ellie’s appearance.

Ben was described as being ‘pretty tall’ with dark hair and donning a red Kenzo shirt.

Meanwhile Ellie, who wore a necklace with her name on it, had short wavy hair, round silver glasses and wore a white tank top with blue jeans. 

Paisley added: ‘Just leaving this here bc people in my dms are asking if i recall what they look like so me n my pal wrote this up the best we could.’

She later went on to share that many other Twitter users had started messaging her with photographs of different 'Bens' to try to identify

She later went on to share that many other Twitter users had started messaging her with photographs of different ‘Bens’ to try to identify 

She also warned: ‘…allow that it might not be 100 per cent accurate cos time has passed and we didn’t exactly spend the whole journey staring them down.’

A later update from Paisley suggested Ben has yet to be found.

‘We’re being sent pictures in my direct messages and so far seven people have sent up various images of This One Ben,’ she tweeted last night.

‘It’s not him. Heard he’s a bit of a character though. Your lucky day pal.’ 

Users have flooded the comments with messages of support for Rosie.

Users have flooded the comments with messages of support for Rosie, with many saying she 'deserves better'

Users have flooded the comments with messages of support for Rosie, with many saying she ‘deserves better’ 

‘Oh Rosie, you don’t need them. Twitter has your back,’ one wrote.

Another penned: ‘This girl is out here doing the lords work. Rosie, girl if you ever see this you deserve better babes.’

A third added: ‘This is how to look out for people.’

‘Imagine finding this out about your boyfriend on Twitter,’ another wrote.

The manhunt for Ben appears to be global as users wrote in from The States, Puerto Rico and South Africa. 

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