The awkward moment an angry girlfriend appeared to catch her boyfriend at a strip club has been caught on camera.
Rhys Whitehouse, 23, from Scunthorpe, was walking home with his pals from a pub when he heard a woman shouting at bouncers outside Krystals Premier Gentleman’s Club in Lincoln, East Midlands, last month.
Bricklayer Rhys claims the unnamed woman admitted she had tracked her boyfriend down after he forgot to turn off his location on Snapchat.
After watching her demand the club’s bouncers remove him, Rhys captured the cringe-worthy confrontation on camera.
Footage shows the upset woman yelling at her partner as he sheepishly leaves the strip club and appears to try to explain that he had ‘only just walked in’.
Agitating the situation further, boyfriend then begins to walk away as his girlfriend continues to shout at him – before posing for the camera when he realises he is being filmed.
Rhys Whitehouse, 23, from Scunthorpe, captured the awkward moment a woman (pictured) appeared to catch her boyfriend at a strip club
The boyfriend laughs as Rhys and his friends cheer: ‘You’re in the s***.’ He then approaches the camera and says: ‘Game on.’
Rhys shared the video on Facebook where it received more than 17,000 likes and shares, 8,800 comments and was viewed more than 1.8million times.
Talking about the incident, Rhys said: ‘I was walking down and this lass was shouting at the bouncers “my boyfriend is in there and I have tracked him down on Snapchat”.
‘I got to the door and I filmed him with my camera and she got annoyed and started charging at him, but unfortunately I missed it [with my camera].
Rhys Whitehouse (not seen), 23, from Scunthorpe, was walking home with his pals from a pub when he heard a woman shouting (seen right) outside Krystals Premier Gentleman’s Club in Lincoln, East Midlands, last month
‘Everyone else was trying to stop it. Their argument carried on up the road and she was giving him slaps and stuff.
He added: ‘I found it hilarious. Some girls just don’t agree with guys going to strip clubs, but it’s not like it’s a brothel.
‘The main thing I found was funny was that she tracked his phone down. That’s next level paranoia. I don’t know how he thought he could get away with it.’
‘I would be a bit shocked if I was in his shoes. If it were me, I wouldn’t get myself in that situation – I would make sure I didn’t have my location on,’ he added.
Bricklayer Rhys claims the unnamed woman (seen) admitted she had tracked her boyfriend down after he forgot to turn off his location on Snapchat
Agitating the situation further, boyfriend then begins to walk away as his girlfriend continues to shout at him – before posing for the camera when he realises he is being filmed
And explaining why he thought the footage did so well, he added: ‘A lot of people related to it. A lot of girls track their boyfriend’s iPhones and a lot of guys have been caught.
‘That’s why everyone likes the video.’
Social media users rowed over which partner was in the wrong, with both taking some flack for their actions.
One wrote: ‘Time to turn that location off I think son.’
After watching her demand the club’s bouncers remove him, Rhys captured the cringe-worthy confrontation on camera
Despite his girlfriend’s rage the cheeky chap appeared less than fazed, gesticulating at the camera
However others disagreed and claimed he shouldn’t have been in the club in the first place.
One wrote: ‘Who in their right mind would want a lap dance when they have a girlfriend anyway.’
Another simply said: ‘They all laugh until it’s their man in the club getting danced on.’
A spokesperson for Krystals Premier Gentleman Club said: ‘In line with our policy we would decline to comment on this story as the incident happened in the street outside and had nothing to do with us.’
The couple in the video were contacted for comment but failed to respond.
The boyfriend even took the time to come up to the camera and shout ‘Game on’
His girlfriend looked as though she was done with his childish behaviour after their confrontation