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Jehovah's Witnesses are best known for their door-to-door teachings.

But one woman was concerned that her husband was not practising what he preached.

After converting to her husband's religion, she suspected that many people in their assembly were hypocritical including him.

To investigate, she laid a honeytrap with the help of YouTube channel To Catch a Cheater:

After the crew put their studio flat on her husband's door-to-door list, the wife could only watch on horrified as an actress seduces him.

Her husband takes off his clothes, standing in just his underwear and a tie. At this point, the actress "got cold feet" and things go no further.

Unsurprisingly, the wife walks out distraught.

But is this whole set-up... set up?

One YouTube user, Exvalos, wrote:

unsubbed due to a clear fake video

After a second glance, what appeared to be a shocked wife and flirting husband looks more like bad acting.

Another user, Electronic England, pointed out:

Lol this is fake.

He's not a JW.

first of all when we knock on doors we're usually in pairs,

second of all we don't wear jeans out in field service,

and we don't have beards.

If he is a JW, which I doubt, he is not spiritually strong, and he needs help. 

What do you think?

HT The Sun

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