- One woman's world came crashing down after she found out the night before her wedding that her future husband was having an affair
- However, instead of calling off the wedding she got her revenge in the best possible way
- She read his steamy affair texts in front of all their friends and family
According to the Mirror, a woman, who chose to be anonymous, detailed the horrific way she found out her fiance had been unfaithful.
The bride was reportedly enjoying champagne with her bridesmaids when she received an earth shattering text message.
The message contained screenshots of texts her fiance sent to his mistress. The unknown sender wrote: "I wouldn't marry him. Will you?"
The screenshots showed racy messages her bae sent to his lover, including one where he promised her a steamy weekend.
"This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game," a text read.
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YEN.com.gh learned the devastated bride showed the screenshots to her bridesmaids, who encouraged her to call the cheating fiance and tell him the wedding is off.
However, she had a much better idea in mind. The next day, the lady walked down the aisle in her wedding dress, which she said felt more like a costume at that point.
She added her fiance could see she was not a happy bride but he had no idea what was about to happen.
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When she reached the altar, she told the guest there would be no wedding since she found out her hubby-to-be was not who she thought he was.
She then got out the screenshots and started to read all his affair texts in front of their friends and family.
YEN.com.gh learned the groom was in utter shock and he ran out of the church. Only his best man followed him.
The newly single woman spent the rest of her would-be-wedding celebration with friends and family and she said they had quite the party afterwards.
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