Woman goes viral after she hears man openly criticising fiancé on Doncaster train

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A video in which a woman overheard a man openly dismissing his fiancé on a Doncaster train has gone viral – with more than ten million views.

TikTok content creator Ava recorded a man on a train between Doncaster and Newark – where he dismissed his partner – and told the person on the other end of the line that he’d met the “love of his life” at a football match.

The influencer decided to out the stranger after hearing the shocking comments he made about his fiancé on the LNER service.

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Originally uploaded to TikTok by a woman named Ava, the clip shows her horrified reaction as the conversation continues in the background.

The video, where a woman heard a man dismissing his fiance on a Doncaster train, has gone viral, with more than 10 millions views around the world. (Photo: Ava/TikTok).The video, where a woman heard a man dismissing his fiance on a Doncaster train, has gone viral, with more than 10 millions views around the world. (Photo: Ava/TikTok).
The video, where a woman heard a man dismissing his fiance on a Doncaster train, has gone viral, with more than 10 millions views around the world. (Photo: Ava/TikTok).

Though we can’t hear what has been said, the shocked influencer gives us an insight, writing: “If your name is Amy, your fiancée is on the train back from Doncaster to Newark after the away game [and is] telling his friends how he met the love of his life tonight at the game.”

Continuing, she adds: “His exact words were ‘That’s exactly the kind of girl I want in my life, but unfortunately I have Amy.

“If I didn’t, I’d be back in London with that girl though. Ask him who Heather is.”

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In the caption, the content creator urged Amy to leave her fiancée after hearing the conversation on the late train.

She says: “If you are Amy, I really hope you leave his sorry self...you deserve better!”

One user replied with: “As an Aimee who has lost her man to a Heather twice, I hope this girl is found. Love me a girl who is looking out for other girls.”

Another argued: “Don’t be with someone if they’re not who/what you want, I’ll never understand just stringing someone along.”

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“Hopefully, Amy dumps him with no explanation because Heather is probably not interested in this guy he’s just someone she met,” suggested a third.

Meanwhile, others decided to try and find the spurned fiancé and even commented their location to boost the visibility of the post.

The clip even reached Newark in Canada within hours of being uploaded.

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