Did we bust a cheater?

Posted By: The Breakfast Show · 1/6/2012 10:31:00 AM

Laura called us with an issue -- her hubby had gone to Vegas over the summer for a bachelor party... and ever since he's been back, a random girl has been calling and texting him. 

Her hubby Mark claims NOTHING is going on, but she doesn't believe him.


We called him posing as a cellular phone provider, asking him to rate his service. And as a thank you, Mark was able to send one dozen red roses free of charge.


Where did the roses end up?!

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  1. NerinaN posted on 01/07/2012 07:20 PM
    Poor Mark, each word got him deeper and deeper in "mud" :) Either he is very stupid or thinks Laura is stupid or he wanted to get caught.....either way, at least now Laura knows what he is up to....it seems to me he is emotionally connected with the lady in Las Vegas. If it was physical connection only he wouldn't think of sending flowers. Better now that there are no kids involved.

    Keep providing free P.I. services!!
  2. JenniferS_13 posted on 01/09/2012 02:06 PM
    Do you know what actually happened between Mark and Laura? Did she shove those roses where the sun don't shine......thorns included?
  3. margaret posted on 03/23/2012 11:04 AM
    Wow this makes me sick
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