A man has accused his girlfriend of cheating after spotting an incredible clue in the reflection from her eyes - and people have joked he should be hired by the FBI.
The TikTok user, @Samnunn4, posted a video saying: "Thought she had fun baking cookies today" as he filmed his partner in bed next to him as she scrolled through her phone with the screen facing away from him.
But he noticed the reflection of what she was looking at in her eyes, appearing to show her sifting through the profiles of other users on a dating app.
He even caught her red-handed by filming her in the act, zooming in on her eyes where her phone activity can be seen seemingly swiping through potential matches as Sam shakes his head.
Viewers in the comments had a lot to say, as one wrote: "If she can lay beside you and swipe through that app without a second thought, she's done this before. You deserve better."
A second advised: "Leave her bro it's not worth that kinda trouble and lack of loyalty."
Another said: "It's a blessing in disguise. There's someone better out there waiting for you."
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Others were simply impressed by his investigative skills, saying: "The FBI should hire this man ASAP," and: "She playing checkers while he playing chess."
And another asked: "Can you record a video of you kicking her out."
The clip has gained more than 800,000 views and 1,500 comments, with viewers being left desperately waiting for an update, but no video has been posted on the profile since.
He's not the first person to claim to have caught their partner cheating through the help of a reflection, after a woman said an odd detail in a photo of her boyfriend ended their four-year relationship.
She posted a photo of the selfie, showing her partner in his car, but the reflection in his sunglasses showed another woman's legs stretched out onto the dashboard in the passenger seat.