I sniff my husband’s dirty underwear to make sure he’s not cheating

Guatemalan model and businesswoman Kimberly Flores has allegedly devised an unusual — albeit violating — way to tell if her husband’s been cheating: She smells his dirty briefs to sniff out potential love rivals. She detailed the infidelity smell test on the reality TV show “Rica, Famosa, Latina (Rich, Famous, Latin),” Newsflash reported.

“I always check the expenses of the credit card, the calls at midnight, and I even smell his underpants . . . and even the ‘likes’ on Instagram,” Flores, 33, declared, while describing how she confirms whether her husband of three years, Mexican singer Edwin Luna, has been faithful.

Luna, 35, since shared the snippet to his 3.6 million Instagram followers with a caption inquiring if this was proof his other half was “toxic.”

Needless, the vid split viewers with some deeming the smelling-underwear model’s behavior controlling and pathological. However, others simply thought she made the declaration in jest, as evidenced by the fact that even her beau was poking fun at it.

At the end of the same clip on Luna’s Instagram, the vocal star even declares “she says she is not toxic,” poking fun at Flores’ alleged statement. The camera then pans to his wife, who raises a quizzical eyebrow.

The seriousness of Flores’ statement notwithstanding, celebs have allegedly resorted to creepy and intrusive ways of determining whether loved ones have made whoopie.

In 2019, rap icon T.I. was ripped online for infamously bragging about regularly having a doctor check his daughter’s hymen to confirm her virginity.

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