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A Mississippi woman fondly remembers the time she accidentally live-streamed having sex with her husband on Facebook, though at the time she said she “cried for a week.”
The woman, known on TikTok as @rroberson16, confessed to the transgression on Saturday, noting that before she realized it, 46 people had tuned in for the free show with one of them being her own father.
She posted, “Randomly remembering that one time last year when I accidentally went live on Facebook while I was in pound town, and 46 people saw it, including my own father,” the brunette captioned her video. “I cried for a week straight.”
“I thought my life was over,” the mother of one continued. “My husband still thinks it’s hilarious.”
She explained that, at the time, she was simply browsing through Facebook when her husband slinked up on her and one thing led to another.
One of her quick-thinking friends realized what had happened and tried without success to call her, a maneuver that would have interrupted the broadcast if the call had been answered.
“He sneaked up on me while I was on Facebook. I just set my phone down without locking it and managed to somehow click the button to go live,” she recalled. “My best friend kept calling me so it would say ‘Broadcast interrupted.’”
Although the footage contained no visual element, the couple could be heard expressing themselves in an unmistakable fashion. For the most part, her father ignored what had happened, likely preferring to block it from his memory.
“He said when he realized what was going on, he just got off and acted like it never happened — but he has made a joke about it one time since,” the woman stated.
Her TikTok confession has been viewed more than 175,000 times, with many offering words of understanding and sympathy for the humorous faux pas.
“I would simply delete all social media, change my name and move away,” one viewer appeared to jest.
“It could have been worse. It could have been ‘self-care,’” one optimistic user chimed in.
However, one dismayed follower wrote: “New fear unlocked”.
Another follower related a similar experience that transpired when a friend made the same technological blunder.
“One of my best friends went live on accident when she was going down on her husband. We haven’t spoken about it and I have left it at that.”
Some British viewers were confused by the woman’s use of the “pound town” euphemism, with one writing, “I first read that as Poundland as in the pound store shop and I was like I mean it’s not that embarrassing of a shop to be in.”
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