A South American man has arguably gotten what he deserves after playing up on his missus on live TV.
CBS sports reporter Roger Gonazales shared the moment on social media.
The poor punter gives his mistress a pash before quickly realising he's just cheated on his partner in front of thousands both on the big screen and television.
No matter how quickly he tried to pull away, there was no coming back from that one.
"When you kiss your side chick and realize your marriage is over [because] you're on camera," Gonzales captioned the video.
Gonazales's tweet has since racked up over 340,000 likes and over 80,00 retweets, so it's safe to assume that his partner would have seen the video by now.
"You can see his heart drop out through his ring piece," one person commented.
Metro UK did some digging, and found out the man in question is in fact Deyvi Andrade, from Ecuador, who was a spectator at football game between Barcelona SC and Delfin.
Andrade has since taken to his social media pages to tell his side of the story - without much of an apology. His problem, it would seem, is falling victim to the lure of women.
"If it was a woman was in my place, what would you do?" he wrote, in messages translated into English by Metro.
"Various videos have been circulating of unfaithful women but they haven't been made fun of as much as me. I hope you never have to be in my position."
Andrade said he planned to defend his honour and "pride as a man until the end".
"We all fail and we all repent, thank you to those who have invited me to church and if I go it is so I can heal my family."
Andrade also accused Metro of "destroying his relationship".
"I hope this doesn’t serve you in any way because you are only hurting a son of God. You don't know the psychological damage you have caused with your hatred directed at me," he said.
"Everyone fails and we can forgive from our hearts. God give me strength!"