A BAKER has claimed that she accidentally exposed her customer’s affair with his wife’s best friend.
An anonymous pastry chef, from the US, alleged how she received a message from a married woman who claimed her husband had bought a cake from her company.
AN anonymous pastry chef, from the US, took to TikTok and alleged how a man’s wife reached out to her eager to know what her husband had purchased from her company after seeing her name on PayPalCredit: TikTok/@wanderlustsweets
The baker told the woman her husband had bought “a set of naughty message berries with the name Ashlee”Credit: TikTok/@wanderlustsweets
Social media user Wanderlust Sweets, who shared the initial post on TikTok, penned: “I would hate to be put in this position.”
The baker then explained how the woman wrote to her and said: “I found your name on PayPal and was curious why my husband’s sending you money?”
The baker replied: “Hi, I hope I’m not ruining any surprise but I have a treat business and am selling gift boxes for Valentine’s Day.”
In response, the relieved woman quipped: “I’m so sorry! I feel so silly, he’s been acting off and I assumed the worst.”
However, days later once February 14 had been and gone, the wife contacted the baker a second time via Facebook.
“I’m curious [as to what] my husband purchased,” she asked.
The baker told the woman her husband had bought “a set of naughty message berries with the name Ashlee”.
And things quickly went from bad to worse…
“That’s my BEST FRIEND!” the horrified woman replied.
After the baker accidentally exposed the affair, the wife’s annoyed husband got in touch – and he wasn’t happy.
He fumed that the pastry chef had “breached a contract” for informing his wife what he’d purchased and raged: “You need to tell her it was a mistake or I will sue you for slander.”
In response, the baker responded: “No, we had no contract…maybe just don’t cheat.”
And the original TikTok user asked her followers if the anonymous baker was in the wrong for exposing the alleged love rat.
“No if the wife can see the transaction it’s her right to ask what the charge is for,” wrote one.
A second joked: “Where do men even find all this audacity? I want some.”
A third quipped: “Maybe just don’t cheat.”
Elsewhere, a fourth added: “They are married and the order must of been a paid for with a joint account so she has a right to know how her money was spent.”