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Pulse Nigeria Poll Readers agree they will not tell a brother whose wife cheated

53% of PNP voters agree that it would be best to talk to a cheating wife instead of reporting her to her husband.

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Would you open up to your brother that you caught his new bride having sex with another man on the night of their wedding? That was the big question a reader, Nancy, sent in after she allegedly caught her brother's new bride with another man on their wedding night.

Read part of her letter:

"On the night of their wedding, Amaka suddenly disappeared when everyone was dancing and having fun. No one actually noticed her absence and I am sure no one particularly looked out for her. Neither was I but I just happened to be pressed and I needed a dark place to ease myself.

I was almost beside the car when I noticed its bumpy movements and I knew instinctively that a couple was having sex. That was not my business anyway and I squatted to urinate but something drew my attention. I caught a glimpse of the white wedding gown and out of curiosity, I peeped into the car and lo and behold, it was Amaka, my brother's new wife and another man having sex.

I quietly sneaked away and after keeping it to myself for over a month now, I feel the need to unburden my heart."

Now she is not sure what to do, and that was the reason for this poser:

What would you do if you caught your brother's bride with another man on her wedding night?

How Nigeria voted:

44% - I will report to my brother

53% - I will talk to her in private

3% - It is none of my business what she does

How will you votes?

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