This Guy Got Caught Cheating...On Burger King's Instagram Page | 22 Words

Normally, if head to a company's social media account, you don't expect a lot of interesting stuff.

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But as you'll see, anyone who happened to stumble on one specific post from Burger King's Instagram page was treated to a lot more than burger pics.

You can probably guess what Burger King's Instagram page is like.

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It's basically there to promote burgers and other menu items.

See? Nothing too fun or dramatic.

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That is, until one dimwitted guy felt compelled to post a comment on one of their pics.

Here's the original post. Nothing too revealing, save for the one comment near the top.

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It says, "Comment section lit. Someone got caught cheating lol."

Some dude decided that he was going to complain to the company publicly, via Instagram...

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...that turned out to not be the best idea, for reasons you can imagine.

Then the friends weighed in...

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As if they hadn't made enough private drama public already...

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...the BF decided to get defensive, saying he and the girl he was with were just "catching up."

Then the side girl gets called out, which she REALLY didn't want.

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So the drama reaches a fever pitch when the GF seems to kill the relationship right then and there.

This pretty much sums up the reaction of everyone who just went to the page to look at pictures of Whoppers.

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And if THAT'S not enough drama for you, people took to the Instagram page saying the whole thing was staged.

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Why? To make Burger King's Instagram account a little more interesting, of course.

Well, regardless of how it came to be, it certainly worked.

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No one will deny that.

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And while people are questioning the legitimacy of the people fighting on the page, I can understand why people who would cheat on each other and publicly fight on Burger King's feed wouldn't have an abundance of followers. I mean, are these people you'd want to associate with? Even on social media.