A WOMAN revealed she caught her ex-boyfriend stalking her social media profile for years after they broke up.
The worst part is that he was supposedly engaged to get married while checking in on her.
A woman on social media, whos identity The Sun has chosen not to reveal, claimed she caught her ex-boyfriend looking at her social media page with the help of technology.
"I made a Tumblr with a hidden IP tracker, put it in my Instagram bio so I could silently watch [my ex] check-in on me daily three years post breakup and fully engaged to another girl," she wrote over a video of her face.
"I kept it to myself for years then made a TikTok that blew up exposing him and he hasn't clicked it since."
Well, that's certainly one way to put an end to the habit.
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The video, which has garnered more than 1 million views, received hundreds of impressed comments.
"I love how women take information and just lay low until the timing is perfect," one person wrote.
"Patient, resilient queens."
"I live for this energy," another added.
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"Ok sis drop the tutorial I’m tryna be like you," a third supporter gushed.
On the flip side, some people pointed out that the poster was technically checking in on her ex as well.
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Similarly, another woman claimed she did some detective work regarding a guy – but to find out if he was cheating on her.
She said she was able to confirm the mystery woman he was with one day with one photo and some simple research.
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