People deal with infidelity differently. While others quietly leave their partners after being cheated on, this woman from the UK took it up a notch by exposing her husband’s infidelity through a digital billboard ad.

According to Ad Week, the woman, who was only identified as Lisa, spent around "hundreds of pounds" for a billboard that says: "To my cheating husband Paul. You deserve each other. When you get home I won't be there. Enjoy your drive to work! Lisa."

Reports say that the ad was up for only three hours during the morning rush hour. Hopefully, Paul read it and didn’t even think twice before coming back home.

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