An iPhone repairman discovers a hidden note and a $100 note in the back of the phone by the owner to bribe the repairman to fool the owner’s wife into believing that it could not be repaired as she wanted to check his cheating husband’s call history.
An iPhone repairman got more than he bargained for after finding a $100 bill and a surprising hidden note inside a device he was fixing. The note was written by a husband who didn’t want his phone to be repaired just because it would reveal his cheatings.
The technician shared a clip to TikTok sharing the shocking note he found inside the phone under the battery, after a couple came in and dropped off the mobile for what seemed like a routine repair.
The note read: “Please tell my wife the phone is unfixable. She wants to check the phone history. $100 dollars is yours, thanks.”
The repairman captioned the video “unbelievable” and “can’t believe he did that”, as he asked his followers due to being super confused in the situation saying, "What do you guys think I should do? "The TikTok clip went viral and was viewed over two million times, as people were divided over how the repairman should respond. Some wanted him to tell his wife the whole story while others wanted him to follow the bro code, forget the story and keep the tip.
While some had weird ideas and a person said: “Keep the hundred and tell her.” Someone else thought: “Keep the hundred and respect the bro code.”
At the end, when the wife came a day earlier than the decided day, the repairman showed him the handwritten note with the $100 note which made her quite angry and she asked the repairman to repair it for $200 as she now definitely wanted to check what she was missing. He did the same.
But now when the next day the husband arrived and asked for his phone he told his wife already took it and he became extremely angry and started throwing things. With the help of the police, things got back in control. All the clips were uploaded on TikTok and what happened between the couple should remain between them.
Article Source: Diply