A cheating husband who had a heart attack while having sex with his fling has had "adulterer" carved into his gravestone by his wife.
And the son of the former couple has come out fighting in support of his mother, and took to Reddit to ask if this was just.
The man shared a detailed account of what led to his decision on Reddit’s “Am I the Ass****?” subreddit.
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“My father and mother had a very bitter marriage towards the end of his life, he had a long-running affair with another married co-worker and got her pregnant before he passed,” the son explained.
“He was planning to leave mum, skip the country and move to Canada to start a new life with her.”
He then explained the irregular way that his father met his end.
“He had moved out and was living with his co-worker when he suddenly died of a heart attack while having sex,” he added.
“Divorce papers were never filed, no legal separation. They were in the process of moving all things legal. But on paper, they were still happily married.”
The son, who works for a tech company, flew back to his hometown to help his mother manage the man's assets.
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“Well, my mom was hurt and petty and marked his gravestone as 'In loving memory of John Doe, son, husband, father and adulterer'," he added.
“My dad’s family and his pregnant partner are mad and want me to fix it.”
“I personally think its fine, that’s who he was. He was all of those things. And since it’s my mom’s plot, I can’t do anything,” he concluded.
His post was upvoted over 36,000 times and people concluded that he was not the ass****.
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