Woman Thinks She Caught Her Husband Cheating In The Background Of 'The Apprentice'

Woman Thinks She Caught Her Husband Cheating In The Background Of 'The Apprentice'


A husband has been 'caught' with a mystery woman in a precarious situation while out for coffee on a recent episode of The Apprentice.

The British hit reality series returned to BBC One this week and one woman, who isn't a contestant on the show, got a bit of a surprise during the season premiere episode.

Rosa Silverman, a writer for The Telegraphwas sent a screen shot by her friend who believed she had recognized Rosa with her husband and baby enjoying time at a trendy hangout in Brixton that was featured in the episode.

The "evidence" :

What a lovely family moment to be caught so innocently, and on the National tele to boot. There is one issue that arose immediately for Rosa... the woman in the photo enjoying her husband's attention; is NOT her.


Yeah, that was our initial reaction as well. What a way to be exposed as a philanderer. Caught on tape is a little difficult to deny. 

The viewers and the internet's reaction?


Thankfully Rosa prevailed with a cooler head. The reporter spoke out saying :

"It was a woman with long dark hair who could have been me, had she not been wearing someone else’s coat and been much better groomed. It was, therefore, Another Woman."

Suspicious yes, damning, maybe not. She continued :

"Now, I have every confidence that if my husband were to have an affair, it’s unlikely he would pick a location so close to our house, take our baby along as a prop, and conduct the whole thing in broad daylight."

Then the question is who was this mystery brunette and what was happening on camera? Rosa went straight to the source, her husband to sort it out.

"After some time, he finally remembered: the other woman was in fact one of our mutual pals. He had further photographic evidence from the day itself to prove it. Not that I ever doubted him, naturally."

Phew! So all's well that ends well. 


Of course one friend decided to end the conversation by embedding a shred of doubt. 

"Panic over, I told my friends. 'We’ve identified her.'

(To which one helpfully replied: 'Why is the panic over just because it’s one of your friends? It’s still perfectly possible he’s cheating on you.')

There is always one in every group. 

H/T :The Independent, Metro

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