Woman shocked after walking in on husband and sister naked together in kitchen
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A woman revealed everything has been 'ruined' after she walked in on her sister and her husband naked together in her kitchen.
Everyone wants their partner to get on with their family, but there's a very clear line between friendly and inappropriate, and I don't think I need to tell you where being naked falls.
The woman opened up anonymously in a Reddit post about the moment she caught the 'two most important people' in her life together in a compromising situation, explaining that it began when she returned home early from work and spotted her sister's car outside her home.
With seemingly no need to jump to any concerning conclusions, the woman innocently assumed her sister was dropping off some food at her home and so went inside as normal.
At that point, however, she found her scantily clad husband and sister together in the kitchen - which the woman claims she had paid for.
Believing she knew exactly what had been going on, the woman immediately left the house and drove to a hotel.
She says she went on to block both her husband and her sister's numbers, because she doesn't 'want to hear any of the bulls**t excuses they’ll come up' with.
"I can’t move. If I move it becomes real and I have to accept what I saw and think of what's next," she wrote to the anonymous audience online.
"I don’t want to believe it. I don’t know what to do. My sister, my only family, and my best friend, the one who's supposed to be there for me and support me.
"My husband, my person, my other half, the one who's supposed to love and respect me. The two most important people in my life have ruined everything."
The woman added that she doesn't want to 'confront' the truth of the situation, and instead just wants to 'go back to this morning when everything was fine'.
She was met with a wealth of support after opening up to Reddit users, with many expressing their sorrow and sympathy for the poster.
"I'm so very sorry OP [Original Poster], I can't imagine the pain and anger you must be feeling right now," one person wrote, adding: "I hope you have a way to get out this marriage safely - run away and don't look back. F*ck 'em, f*ck both of them."
Other Reddit users responded to the post to advise the woman to unblock her husband and sister, pointing out that if they send messages or leave voicemails apologising that she could use them as evidence if she wanted to file for divorce.
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