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Scorned wife takes out newspaper ad to congratulate ex and partner

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What do you do if your husband cheats on you?

Well, one scorned wife, whose husband ran off with another woman, decided to take out an ad in the local (we can only assume it was local) newspaper, to offer her best wishes to her husband (or soon-to-be ex husband) and his pregnant mistress.

The small ad congratulates Patrick Brown and Shara Cormier on the news that they're expecting a baby together, which is apparently signed off by Brown’s wife Timeshia.

The listing reads: “‘I would like to say congratulations to Shara Cormier and Patrick Brown. They are expecting a baby. Hope you both are really in love and I hope it works out. Always, Patrick’s wife, Timeshia Brown”.

An image of the advert was uploaded yesterday to social networking and news sharing site, Reddit, by the user kavien, who says it was originally found when it was being shared on Facebook.

There's no news as to whether this was a recent advert or where the ad was placed but it's thought it originated in Texas.

We Googled the phone number above the ad and discovered that it probably came from the area of Toledo, in Texas.

This isn't the first time someone has gone to extreme lengths to dump a partner. In Wales, a woman, who discovered her husband was having an affair, announced she wanted a divorce via a cafe sign (pictured above). The cafe changes its sign regularly, and the wife wanted to name and shame him.

What would you do if you found out your partner had been unfaithful?

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