A woman who was apparently cheating on her husband was reportedly busted at a baseball game in Atlanta by a pair of eagle-eyed sisters sitting right behind her.
Last week, Delana and Brynn Hinson
posted images on social media showing what appeared to be a woman
sexting someone who is not her husband. The Hinson sisters say the
woman's spouse had been sitting next to her at the time, watching a game
between the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers at Turner Field.
"I will be naked... laying on the ground" one of the messages reads.
"Mark Allen I lov ... much," said another text, partially obscured by
the woman's hand.
The name at the top of the screen was "Nancy."
While there's always a chance this could be another Internet hoax,
the story is making headlines around the world and the two have offered
images and videos they say is evidence of what took place in the row in
front of them.
At one point, one of the sisters even wrote a warning message on what appears to be the teams' rosters.
"Your wife is cheating on you. look at the messages under Nancy," it said. "It's really a man named Mark Allen."
She included a phone number and offered to send images of the texts in case they were deleted.
"Sorry, just thought you should know," the message concluded.
Two two wrote said on Twitter that they handed the sheet to the man after the game, who looked at it, gave them a thumbs-up and later sent a text asking for the photo.
Brynn also tweeted that she hadn't heard from the man since that text, so she doesn't know what happened next.
"After I sent him the pictures we didn’t talk," Delana Hinson told Metro.co.uk. "I don’t think he’s confronted her yet. I want to ask him but it’s not my place."
The Hinsons have not yet responded to a request for more information from The Huffington Post.
A similar incident happened last year at an NFL game. In that one, a pregnant woman was allegedly texting a lover while her boyfriend or husband watched the game.
While the Hinsons have received messages of support and skepticism, some have also suggested that the two should've minded their own business.