A man who reportedly wanted to surprise his long-distance girlfriend had the shock of his life instead after finding her in the arms of another guy.
Japanese Twitter user @T_Radiosonde broke the story on July 19, claiming that the couple were in a long-distance relationship of 2,400 kilometers (1,491.29 miles).
Imagine preparing a romantic surprise for your loved one, only to find that person in the arms of somebody else.
Such a heartbreaking moment was apparently captured in a series of photos shared by Twitter user Ken Wong.
Around the time William Singer’s college admissions controversy was becoming a hot topic back in March, another lesser known scandal involving a Chinese cheating ring was also being dismantled at the UCLA.
It was even on the exact same day, March 12, when the bribery scandal first made headlines, after the FBI reportedly arrested six people involved in a scheme that helped Chinese nationals cheat on English proficiency tests to acquire U.S. student visas.
In January of this year, Twitter was shaken up with some extremely hot tea in the form of a cheating scandal when Instagram photographer Geoff Hamanishi, simply referred to as the 93044, was exposed as an unfaithful boyfriend.
Now, it appears the whole arc is behind him and the girlfriend he had previously cheated on, Kassandra, is back with him according to several eyewitness reports on Twitter.
A Chinese woman was recently disqualified from a marathon after being caught riding a bicycle during the event last week.
The unnamed participant reportedly finished with a time of 5 hours, 38 minutes, and 36 seconds at the Xuzhou International Marathon.
University of Liverpool Faces Backlash After Saying ‘Chinese students are usually unfamiliar with the word cheating’
The University of Liverpool sparked outrage after allegedly singling out Chinese students in an anti-cheating notice released ahead of exams this month.
In its email, the university’s Student Welfare and Guidance department warned against “unintentional exam misconduct or intentional cheating,” pointing out possible repercussions such as failure, suspension or termination of studies.
Geoff Hamanishi, who gained fame through his Instagram account @the93044 where he was seemingly the epitome of the supportive and loyal boyfriend, sparked online controversy and was called out for cheating on his girlfriend, Kassandra.
Over 250 participants of a recent China marathon are set to be penalized after being caught cheating in a variety of ways.
According to the organizers of the Shenzhen Half Marathon, a total of 258 competitors were caught taking short-cuts, using fake bibs, and running on behalf of other competitors during the event on Sunday.
Taiwanese star Aaron Yan is currently under fire after being dragged out of the closet and accused of dating three men all at the same time.
The allegation comes from a certain “Mr. A,” who claims to be one of the 32-year-old actor’s boyfriends, ET Today reports.
A man, his wife and his alleged mistress ended up being escorted to a local police station in east China after engaging in an eerie spectacle which looked like straight out of an action film.
Footage of the incident in Nanjing showed a furious wife hopping on top of the hood of her husband’s black Audi car after reportedly catching him with his mistress, MailOnline reports.
A Chinese woman is set to be deported after admitting to using an impostor to take her university English test.
On Monday, Pennsylvania State University student Huang Leyi admitted to cheating on her college-entrance exam by paying a test taker to answer her English-language exam, Reuters reports.
Of all wives around the world, those in China are most likely to cheat on their husbands, a renowned sexologist has claimed.
According to Pan Suiming, professor emeritus and the honorary director of the Institute for Research on Sexuality and Gender at Renmin University of China in Beijing, one in every 7.5 wives in China have cheated on their husband, adding that it is partially caused by norms that discourage divorce.