What Would You Do?

What Would You Do?

If you saw a woman’s husband cheating on her with another man, would you tell her?

That’s the question ABC’s candid camera reality show, What Would You Do?, is asking in a recent segment that set up a scenario featuring a man on the “down low.”

Set in a restaurant in Atlanta, a married straight couple, both actors, are celebrating their anniversary and having other customers take pictures of them as they honor their love.

But when the woman gets up to use the restroom, the man’s gay lover runs in and kisses him on the lips before loudly complaining that he hasn’t told his wife about their affair yet.

That’s when things get interesting, as other diners experience different levels of shock, amusement and frustration over what they just saw.

One man couldn’t stop laughing as he told the waitress what just transpired, while another woman eventually broke down in tears after confronting the couple.

There was a wide array of reactions, but thankfully, none of them involved homophobia.

Watch the segment below to see how it all turns out.

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  1. Mandy
    August 08, 06:43 Reply

    Lmao. That last woman though. So determined to open the man’s nyash.

  2. Mandy
    August 08, 06:44 Reply

    If it were me, I’d do like the first woman. Go and speak to the man and try to guilt him to speak the truth.

  3. ambivalentone
    August 08, 08:15 Reply

    I find that man the type who would watch a woman get beat up and tell his companion “It ain’t yo damn bizness” if they try to intervene. I mean, this is another form of battery-emotional battery.
    After having so much restraint for myself, imagine the darned fool asks again if we didn’t tell his wife anything…Oh Lawd help me!!!

  4. Cho
    August 08, 10:09 Reply

    Looool! The last woman though…she must be mostly Nigerian

    • Klaus
      August 08, 10:56 Reply

      i swear!!!!! lmao! that’s exactly what came to my mind! she even cried ooo! toyin aimakhu things! unnecessarily dramatic

      • ambivalentone
        August 08, 11:41 Reply

        I thot all these at first, but I think I understand where she is coming from. You can’t experience that many women’s pains and be unscathed.

  5. Mitch
    August 08, 11:26 Reply

    Honestly, in their shoes, I’d persuade the man to come clean and live in his truth rather than live a lie and not only hurt but use others in the process.

  6. lluvmua
    August 08, 13:39 Reply

    awww i love this show aiidy….. biko pinky which channel in dstv dey show am????? the man who was laughing though……..*lmaoo*

      August 09, 17:38 Reply

      Youtube is faster and you can catch up on previous episodes

  7. Ringlana
    August 08, 19:01 Reply

    It the mansidtake he promised to tell the wife,what on earth is he waiting for?

  8. KingBey
    August 11, 06:59 Reply

    And they choose Atlanta the world’s black gay Mecca to shoot this. Lol. Now I want some barbecue. ???

    • Pink Panther
      August 11, 07:11 Reply

      As in eh. Lmao. I believe if you check the dictionary for the synonym of Gay America, you’ll find Atlanta.

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