Love rat ‘exposed’ after ‘cheating’ on his wife with brutal banner
People traveling across a dual carriageway in Scotland were greeted by a banner ousting a cheating husband called ‘Ian’ this morning.
Motorists were left amused, unless your name is the same as Ian on the banner, by the banner placed over the footbridge of the A92 near Kirkcaldy, Fife.
The banner read: “Ian (surname) cheats on his wife”.
Images of the banner have been circulating on social media with the full name of the man being named and shamed.
It is not known who put up the banner but social media users have suggested it is either the wife showing the world he is unfaithful or his angry mistress.
One user said: “Ian needs to stand under this banner and fess up.”
While another user added: “If you search his name on Facebook it says "popular now". Aye, but not with his wife!”
As another said: “This reeks of a jilted bit on the side.”
Others say it is a shame for the wife and possibly children to find out about his affair from a banner.
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According to local reports, the banner has now been taken down from the footbridge but social media users say more banners have been seen in the area.
One user said: “Another one on the Glenrothes road saying Ian is a sleaze.”
The banner comes after statistics from site IllicitEncounters revealed the hotspots for cheating in Scotland.
Although Ian was seemingly outed for having an affair in Fife, the cheating capital is actually Inverness for both husbands or wives to cheat.
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As reported by The Sun, other areas of Scotland with high rates of cheating included Dundee, Motherwell, Falkirk and Dumfries.
Jessica Leoni, from Illicit Encounters, said: “There has been an explosion in cheating after the end of lockdown, particularly since the start of autumn with almost all adults in the UK double jabbed.
“Record numbers of people came back from their summer holidays miserable and looking for excitement after 18 months of being bored and stuck at home with their partners.”
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